• Jul 16, 2008
We've seen plenty of shots of the Honda/Acura NSX hangin' 'round the 'Ring, but unlike previous photos, the crew at Cartribe was able to catch a brief glimpse of the cloaked mule's interior. A clearer view of the gauges reveals a clean chronograph-like arrangement, with large numerals framed by chrome rings. Although the rest of the dash is covered by camera-proof camo, the three-spoke, flat-bottom steering wheel and integrated switchgear certainly speaks to the V10-powered super coupe's intentions. We're hoping to see the next NSX debut during the upcoming show season, reportedly packing over 500 hp and sending power to all four wheels.


[Source: Cartribe via Carscoop]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      BITBURGER!
      • 6 Years Ago
      well don't gun down the design just yet, they camo'd the crap out of that thing!
      • 6 Years Ago
      It's got a dash mat that doesn't fit right. Still, there will be no cracks from the sun, and that's all that counts.
      • 6 Years Ago
      look at the seat belts, Takata! The best Japanese seatbelt maker, Takata dome NSX.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I love this thing(we don't know for sure if it's really the NSX because please God, NSX brand should rest until something MR and so well worked like it is appear, nothing FR just to they say we won the lap time with the same type of car) and the LF-A, and i think i prefer something like this than a GT-R, i don't care about the ring lap time(ok, just a litle bit...) but an Honda V10 with so many revs....in real life should sound like something diferent, just wow, and the LF-A, shouldn't be very beind, a V10 co-worked with Yamaha....i think i'm dreaming...
      • 6 Years Ago
      well don't gun down the design just yet, they camo'd the crap out of that thing!
      • 6 Years Ago
      Interesting that this is a LHD car!!
      • 6 Years Ago
      The new Honda NSX and Lexus LS-A looks so ordinary.

      For me the "ugly" looking Nissan GT-R is so unique and it so well
      distinguished itself from the crowd of its competitors. Is is like
      Porsche 911 it looks different and unique.
        • 6 Years Ago
        I kind of agree. They look so...conventional whereas the GT-R is purpose-built ugly, but unique.

        Porsche - however - are just too old school - except the Panamera which, in brown, will look like what it is.
        • 6 Years Ago
        @ ken_aisin,

        The only people calling it the "NSX" are you and the media. Honda has never gone on record of actually calling this car "the NSX". "NSX successor", yes. But never "NSX".
      • 6 Years Ago
      Ummm....OK. If Acura says that they are advance shouldn't the car have digital gauges instead of stepper motor ones? Also, shouldn't the power output be in the 600hp+ to prove to the world that the brand Acura is advance?
      With 500hp and a launch date of 2010 many luxury sports/supercars will be up in the 500hp as well.
      Come on Honda, you guy's have so much knowledge on racing and you guys just only stick around with the competition? Raise the bar and produce a flagship vehicle that represents Honda's race winning heritage.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I bet redline will be around 9k.
      • 6 Years Ago
      i want to be that guy... please god please?
        • 6 Years Ago
        A great disturbance at the "N" I feel... as if millions of records, suddenly destroyed. Actually, if this thing is a V10 as reported and it's currently not up to par with the GT-R and ZR-1 in "N" time, then I'd say it's actually quite disappointing. I'm sure it'll be "fine tuned" to get much better numbers... it has to...
      • 6 Years Ago
      I can't wait for the launch. This is along with the Nissan GT-R my dream car.
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