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Honda NSX 2015
Touareg 2.5 posted a topic in HondaMessaggio Aggiornato al 03/03/2015 Honda NSX Acura NSX carscoops Press Release: Acura Eccola in anteprima nella sua versione di serie a marchio Acura (lascio il titolo Honda, data la prossima presentazione della variante europea). Per intenditori, molto bella.
Honda NSX EV (Teaser)
AlfaZeta6 posted a topic in Scoops and Rumors
[USA] Acura NSX Type-S 2022300 esemplari per l’America e 50 per altri mercati, tante saranno le Acura NSX Type-S in produzione, modello che segnerà la fine della produzione della supercar giapponese. Il 3.5 V6 Twin-Turbo con modulo ibrido arriva a 608 cv (+ 27) e 667 Nm (+ 17) grazie ad un nuovo set di turbo presi in prestito dalla NSX GT3 Evo da corsa. Modifiche anche al cambio 9DCT, adesso più veloce del 50% nelle cambiate e dotato del Rapid Downshift Mode; il selettore di guida e le sue modalità sono stati ricalibrati e riadattati alle nuove modifiche. Fuori troviamo nuovi paraurti, estrattore in carbonio, nuovi cerchioni, tetto in carbonio ed il colore Gotham Grey limitato a 70 dei 350 esemplari previsti. Infine per 13k dollari, il Lightweight pack aggiunge freni Brembo carboceramici, cofano motore in fibra di carbonio, e carbonio esteso per gli interni con un risparmio totale di 26.2 kg. Prezzi da 169.500$ per la Type-S e da 182.500$ per la Lightweight. Press Release: New Forged Wheels, Wider Track New performance forged alloy split-five spoke wheels are available in Matte Shark Grey or Gloss Berlina Black. Their increased negative offset widen the front and rear track of the NSX Type S by 0.4-in. and 0.8-in., respectively. This not only improves the supercar’s handling but gives it an especially aggressive stance. Brembo® High Performance Braking For the 2022 NSX Type S, six-piston front and four-piston Brembo® brakes with red finished calipers are standard equipment. Upgrading to the Lightweight Package, includes Carbon Ceramic Brembo brakes (available with Black, Silver, Red or Orange calipers) and yields a curb weight reduction of nearly 58 lbs. Bespoke Pirelli P-Zero Tires To maximize performance, Pirelli has developed a new P-Zero tire exclusively for the NSX Type S utilizing advanced modeling technology developed through years of motorsports experience. Sized 245/35ZR19 at the front and 305/30ZR20 at the rear, the tires feature an asymmetric tread pattern for excellent steering precision, rear stability and high grip in wet and dry conditions and Ultra High Performance tread compounds to provide outstanding handling and braking performance. Along with the increase to front and rear track, the new tires contribute to a 6-percent increase in lateral grip. Each bespoke Pirelli P Zero for the 2022 NSX Type S has the “H0” marking on the sidewall indicating that it has been specially developed with Acura to enhance the performance of the supercar. Race-Inspired Design and Aerodynamics Dramatic and aggressive, the new design of NSX Type S remains rooted in the fundamental principles of Total Airflow Management that has guided NSX design from the outset. The new nose, with its larger, more angular air intakes, and the rear end’s larger diffuser work together for enhanced high-speed stability. The new shape of its carbon fiber front spoiler minimizes front aerodynamic lift by directing air flow under the car. To help cool the more powerful engine a larger front grille opening allows more air to reach the radiators, while four additional openings, two on each side, route air to a sub-radiator behind each corner of the front bumper. The outermost air intakes also pass air through to the side of the car, working with the redesigned front corners to create an air-curtain. This reduces the wake along the side of the car, improving air flow to the side-mounted air intakes for the intercoolers. Air exiting the rear of the car is routed through a new, larger carbon fiber diffuser modeled after the one used on the NSX GT3 Evo race car. Shaped to allow quick air flow through the center section, the diffuser creates downforce. Additional fins help to prevent wake effects from the tires when cornering, which would reduce the downforce in critical cornering maneuvers. The diffuser shape also shifts the negative pressure peak position toward the rear, helping to create a balanced downforce effect. Exclusive Design Details Authentic materials are utilized throughout the NSX Type S, including the carbon fiber used for its front lower spoiler, side sills, rear deck-lid spoiler and the new diffuser. A standard carbon fiber roof not only enhances the new design but helps lower the supercar’s center of gravity by reducing weight higher up in the car. Previously resin, the mesh in each of the front air intakes are steel. Gloss Berlina Black outside mirrors, door handles, a dark exhaust finisher and, for the first-time, Acura badges front and rear are standard. Dark-tinted headlight and taillight lenses and a distinctive red engine cover further the aggressive appearance. “Type S” decals grace the rear quarter panels and each NSX Type S will feature a special numbered plaque mounted to the engine cowling. For increased performance, and an even more custom appearance, buyers can add the available Lightweight Package, which adds a high-gloss carbon fiber engine cover and carbon ceramic brakes. Inside, the Lightweight Package includes carbon fiber accents on the steering wheel and carbon fiber meter hood. Put together, the Lightweight Package reduces curb weight by 57.8 pounds (26.2 kg). New Gotham Gray Finish Available in 10 colors, the 2022 NSX Type S will be the first Acura product in North America available in an exclusive matte paint finish. The Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio uses a five-layer process that paints individual panels before they are mounted to the car, allowing each panel to completely cure before the next coat of paint is applied. For the even more sinister appearance of Gotham Gray, a clear matte metallic finish is applied as the fifth layer instead of the instead of the glossy clearcoat normally used. Its production will be limited to just 70 of the 350 NSX Type S models that will be built. This exclusive matte metallic finish requires new handling and shipping techniques at the PMC, to ensure it is fully protected when the completed vehicle is being transported. This includes a new protective film applied to the car, and a new, thicker and softer body covering for transportation. In addition, special care and training will be given to Acura dealers, who will instruct owners on the Enhanced Driver-Focused Cabin Inspired by the original NSX, the second-generation NSX interior is an ergonomic and driver-focused design that has been further elevated in NSX Type S. Newly-added are an Alcantara® headliner, embroidered Type S logo on the glove compartment and embossed NSX logos on the headrests. The NSX Type S logo is found on the key fob. Additional interior details include contrast stitching and three available Alcantara® and Semi-Aniline Leather combinations; Ebony, Orchid and Red. Full Semi-Aniline Leather seats in Ebony or Red are optional. Manufactured in America Every second-generation NSX, including NSX Type S, is built exclusively at the Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) in Marysville, Ohio. Designed from the outset for production of specialty, hand-built vehicles, the PMC was developed to innovate both the means and the methods of producing low-volume specialty vehicles by marrying the precision of advanced technology with the artistry of human craftsmanship. Also home to NSX GT3 Evo and the MDX, TLX and RDX PMC Editions, more information about PMC is available here. The NSX engine is hand-assembled in a specialized facility within the Anna Engine Plant in Ohio. NSX Heritage, Facts and Milestones First Generation NSX: 1991-2005 1989: NS-X Prototype shook up the world by making its public debut at Chicago Auto Show as first supercar from a Japanese automaker. The world’s first application of VTEC® was added later, necessitating that the production car be longer than the Prototype to accommodate the wider engine. Final chassis tuning by Formula 1 legend Ayrton Senna resulted in a 50-percent improvement in chassis rigidity. 1990: NSX goes on sale. Built exclusively in Japan at a special production facility (Takanezawa) located adjacent to the R&D facility. NSX is the first series production vehicle to feature: All-aluminum space frame First use of VTEC® on V6 engine First use of titanium connecting rods First use of electric power steering 1990: NSX garners impressive list of accolades, including “Top Ten Performance Cars,” Motor Trend; “Ten Best Cars in the World,” Road & Track; “Automobile of the Year” and “Design of the Year,” Automobile; “Best of What's New,” Popular Science; “Design and Engineering Award,” Popular Mechanics. 1991: Motor Trend names NSX “the best sports car ever built.” 1992: NSX-R (Japan only) featured weight reduction of about 265 pounds, suspension refinements, higher final drive ratio, Recaro carbon-Kevlar seats. Sold through September 1995. Only 483 sold. 1993: Passenger side airbag and seat belt tensioners standard equipment. 1994: NSX makes iconic cameo in Pulp Fiction, driven by Winston “The Wolf”. 1994: NSX is upgraded with larger wheels and tires standard. Model Years Wheels Tires 1991-1993 Front: 15 x 6.5-in. alloys Rear: 16 x 8.0-in. alloys Front: 205/50ZR15 Rear: 225/50ZR16 1993-2001 Front: 16 x 6.0-in. alloys Rear: 17 x 8.5-in. alloys Front: 215/45ZR16 Rear: 245/40ZR17 1995: NSX-T introduced with removable roof panel; electric power steering standard on all models (previously automatic transmission only); electronic throttle control standard; torque reactive differential standard; automatic models receive SportShift manual shift control. 1997: New 3.2-liter DOHC 24-valve V-6 engine produces 290 hp and 224 lbs.-ft. torque with 6-speed manual transmission (automatic-equipped models retain 3.0-liter combination); larger brakes with retuned anti-lock control; retuned electric power steering; dual mass flywheel; reshaped front spoiler; new wheels. 1997: NSX Type S (Japan only) “winding road” optimized, featuring weight reduction of about 100 pounds, thicker rear sway bar, stiffer front dampers, BBS wheels, titanium shift knob, MOMO steering wheel, Recaro carbon-Kevlar seats from NSX-R. Only 209 built. 1997: NSX Type S Zero (Japan only) track day weekend car, indirect replacement for NSX-R, carried over many NSX-R components but retained Type S rear sway bar. Weight reduction of 250 pounds vs. standard NSX due to reduced sound deadening, no cruise control, stereo, power door locks, and other weight reduction measures. One of rarest road-going NSX models with only 30 built between 1997 and 2001. 1999: Acura launched limited edition Alex Zanardi Edition (U.S. only) features exclusive wheels and tires, shift knob, numbered plaque, weight reduction, retuned suspension and titanium-finished center console and door trim. Only 51 built. 2000: Perforated leather upholstery standard. 2002: Major facelift that included fixed-position HID headlights, lower air dam, redesigned taillights, rear diffuser, new exhaust tips, new trunk lip spoiler. Also included standard removable roof panel and revised suspension; wheel and tire sizes increased again. Model Years Wheels Tires 2002-2005 Front: 17 x 7.0-in. alloys Rear: 17 x 9.0-in. alloys Front: 215/40ZR17 Rear: 255/40ZR17 2002: NSX-R (Japan only) is the second NSX-R to be available. Features lightweight construction and fixed roof for added rigidity, hand-assembled engine balanced to accuracy 10 times greater than standard NSX, more aggressive throttle, revised suspension. Motoharu Kurasawa piloted a 2002 NSX-R around Nürburgring course in 7:56. 2004: Redesigned meter panel surround; new shift knob; standard keyless entry system; standard trunk-mounted 6-disc CD changer. 2005: Final model year of first generation NSX. 2005: NSX-R GT (Japan only) five units built to meet homologation requirements of JGTG and Super GT in Japan. Only one vehicle sold. First Generation 1991-2005 Original Drivetrain (1991-1996) Engine 3.0-liter DOHC 24-valve VTEC® V-6 270 hp @ 7100 rpm (252 hp @ 6600 rpm with 4-speed automatic) 210 lbs.-ft @ 5300 rpm Transmission 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic Final Drivetrain (1997-2005) Engine 3.2-liter DOHC 24-valve VTEC® V-6 (manual transmission only) 290 hp @ 7100 rpm 224 lbs.-ft. @5500 rpm Transmission 6-speed manual or 4-speed automatic U.S. Sales (calendar year) 1990 1,119 1991 1,940 1992 1,154 1993 652 1994 533 1995 884 1996 460 1997 415 1998 303 1999 238 2000 221 2001 182 2002 233 2003 221 2004 178 2005-2007 266 Total Sales 8,999 (18,685 global sales) Second Generation NSX: 2017-2022 2012: NSX makes a sneak preview in the blockbuster hit “The Avengers,” with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) driving away in a one-off convertible specially built for the movie that hinted at future styling for the second-generation NSX. 2013: NSX Concept debuts at 2013 North American International Auto Show, previewing final styling of the next-generation supercar. 2013: Construction begins on $70 million Performance Manufacturing Center as future exclusive production facility for the second-generation NSX. The 184,000 square-foot facility features multiple advanced construction and assembly technologies. 2015: Production version of second-generation NSX debuts at North American International Auto Show. Changes from the Concept include rotating the engine to a longitudinal orientation to accommodate new twin-turbo powerplant. NSX is the first series production vehicle with: Electrified three motor torque vectoring powertrain Ablation castings 9-speed DCT (dual clutch transmission) 2015: NSX makes first appearance outside an auto show serving as pace car for Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, driven by President of Polyphony Digital and Producer of the Gran Turismo series Kazunori Yamauchi and Pikes Peak legends Randy Schranz and Leonard Vahsholtz. 2016: First second-generation NSX (VIN #001) auctioned at Barret Jackson for $1.2 million, proceeds benefiting Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation and Camp Southern Ground in Georgia. 2016: NSX GT3 race car unveiled at New York Auto Show. 2016: Global production of NSX begins exclusively at Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio. 2016: Stock NSX wins Production Class at Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, sets new Hybrid record. 2016: NSX wins Road and Track “2017 Performance Car of the Year.” 2017: NSX named an Automobile Magazine“2017 All-Star.” 2017: NSX GT3 earns first race victory in IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship at Belle Isle Park street circuit in Detroit, Michigan. 2017: NSX GT3 race car available for purchase worldwide, qualifying for multiple FIA championships. 2018: NSX breaks own production record at Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. 2018: Updated 2019 NSX announced with new colors (Thermal Orange Peral paint, Indigo blue leather), styling enhancements, standard Technology Package, chassis upgrades, and Continental SportContact™ 6 tires for improved performance. 2018: NSX GT3 Evo debuts featuring revised body work for improved top speed and handling, updated turbochargers and cooling, improved braking. 2019: Acura celebrates 30 years since debut of NS-X Prototype at the Chicago Auto Show. 2019: NSX sets production car record at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach street circuit. 2019: NSX GT3 Evo wins IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Drivers’ and Teams’ Championships. 2019: NSX adds Indy Yellow Pearl – pays homage to Spa Yellow available on the first gen NSX. 2020: NSX breaks own production record at Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. 2020: NSX GT3 Evo wins IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Manufacturers’ and Drivers’ Championships. 2020: NSX adds Long Beach Blue Pearl in honor of Acura’s sponsorship of the iconic Grand Prix of Long Beach event. 2021: 2022 NSX Type S debuts as final version of second-generation NSX. Limited to 350 units worldwide. Second Generation 2017-2022 NSX Drivetrain (2017-2021) Engine 3.5-liter twin turbocharged DOHC 75-degree V6 and hybrid powertrain with Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive™ 573 hp 476 lbs.-ft. Transmission 9-speed DCT NSX Type S Drivetrain (2022) Engine 3.5-liter twin turbocharged DOHC 75-degree V6 and hybrid powertrain with Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive™ 600 hp 492 lbs.-ft. Transmission 9-speed DCT U.S. Sales (calendar year) 2016 269 2017 581 2018 170 2019 238 2020 128 2021 111 (estimated) 2022 300 (NSX Type S) Total Sales 1,814 (more than 2,800 global sales) About Acura Acura is a leading automotive nameplate that delivers Precision Crafted Performance – a commitment to expressive styling, high-performance and innovative engineering, all built on a foundation of quality and reliability. The Acura lineup features five distinctive models – the ILX and TLX sport sedans, the RDX and MDX sport-utility vehicles, high-performance Type S variants and the electrified NSX supercar. All 2021 model year and newer Acura vehicles sold in America are made in the U.S., using domestic and globally sourced parts. Acura
[USA] Acura NSX Type-S 2022 (Spy)
Cole_90 posted a topic in Scoops and Rumors
Honda/Acura NSX M.Y. 2019Al concorso d'Eleganza di Pebble Beach, Acura presenta il M.Y. 2019 della sua NSX. Le modifiche intraprese sono mirate ad una diversa logica di gestione della parte ibrida che si adattasse maggiormente all'utilizzo su strada e su pista. Le sospensioni sono state modificate con l'adozione di una barra anti-rollio dal diametro maggiorato e l'utilizzo di nuovi pneumatici Continental ad alte prestazioni fa il resto. Acura/Honda dichiara che la NSX così aggiornata è di 2 secondi più veloce sul giro secco sul Circuito di Suzuka in Giappone. Spazio anche al colore, con la nuova tinta Thermal Orange Pearl da 700 dollari di optional. Di serie, invece, troviamo i sedili elettrici regolabili a 4 vie, un nuovo sistema audio, sensori di parcheggio e pedaliera in alluminio. In USA sarà in vendita da Ottobre con un aggravio di 1500 dollari rispetto alla Acura NSX M.Y. 2018. Via Honda
Honda NSX II (Spy)
Touareg 2.5 posted a topic in Scoops and Rumorsedmuds & TCC