New Honda NSX on the market in 2015
Honda has released unusual and interesting information related to the production of the new NSX, a call to revive the myth of the previous generation of Japanese sports produced from 1990 to 2005 and point of reference for many years among high performance cars. Derived from the concept presented last year in Geneva and waiting on the market for 2015, the next-generation NSX will be produced and assembled in the Manufacturing Performance Center in Ohio, United States. This plant has been designed and built specifically for the production of super sports Wing of the House, making it the 3rd plant of the Japanese House in Ohio in addition to having the strategic proximity with the Center for Research and Development Honda America.
Honda NSX Concept front
Honda NSX Concept back
The property measures approximately 184,000 square feet and cost an investment of 70 million dollars in addition to counting about 100 highly skilled employees from other Honda facilities. The workers will also be trained specifically to carry out the delicate task of assembly which will require the utmost precision, combined with high quality craftsmanship.
Honda NSX Concept
Honda NSX Concept rear
The mechanics will be based on a modern and technological hybrid consisting of a VTEC V6 heat engine, coupled in turn to two electrical units connected at the front, all managed by an electronic gearbox equipped with double clutch. The power is distributed over all four wheels via the sophisticated system Sport Hybrid SH-AWD (Super Handling All Wheel Drive) able to always optimally handle torque and horsepower.
Honda NSX Concept Behind
Honda NSX Concept side
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