The 2013 Acura NSX is a sports car that was originally produced 1990-2005 by the Japanese automaker Honda. It was equipped with a central engine, the design of the rear-wheel drive, a V6 petrol engine with aluminum Variable valve timing and lift Honda petrol driven engine electronic control. A second-generation long rumored NSX debuted as a concept car in 2012, with a V6 hybrid vehicle production and scheduled to begin in 2015. In 1984 Honda commissioned Italian car designer Pininfarina, the HP-X, a mid-mounted 2.0-liter V6-C20A configuration had to design.
After Honda decided to inform the project manager, the engineers that the new car would be as good as anything that comes from Italy and Germany. The HP-X concept car, the prototype NS-X. The 2013 Acura NSX prototype and eventual production vehicle by a team led by chief designer Nicholas Zander and Executive Chief Engineer Shigeru Uehara, who later would put the S2000 project manager designed out. The performance target for the original NS-X was the Ferrari 328, which was revised to 348, since the design was nearing completion. Honda NS-X is designed to meet that, or exceed the performance of the Ferrari, while providing specific reliability and a lower price. For this reason, the 2.0L V6 engine from the HP-X and was stopped with a more powerful 3.0-liter VTEC-V6 replaced. The body design has been specially designed by Okuyuma and Uehara after studying the 360-degree view in the cockpit of an aircraft F-16 fighter aircraft. The 2013 Acura NSX developed by several vehicle technologies, many derivatives of the Honda Racing F1 show program.
Honda spent a lot of time and money in the development of the 2013 Acura NSX. With a robust racing, Honda had significant development resources available and made extensive use of them. Prestigious Japanese Formula One driver Satoru Nakajima, has, for example with the launch of Honda NS-X at the development of the track at Suzuka Circuit, where various tasks involved in connection with the setting of resistance to the remote chassis connected. Brazilian Formula One world champion Ayrton Senna, nourished for Honda his three world championship race car to win in Formula One before his death in 1994, was considered to convince Honda’s most important innovators of the company, to stiffen the chassis 2013 Acura NSX after another test the car Honda at Suzuka GP of Japan. The American Bobby Rahal also participated in the development of the car. Senna was given two Honda cars. Later, a black model 1993, BS-8888 boards still in possession of his family.
The rigidity of the vehicle body and heavy cornering capabilities were the results of the direct input of Ayrton Senna 2013 Acura NSXwith senior engineers, test the prototype car Honda NSX at Suzuka Circuit in the late stages of development. The NSX was initially assembled in Takanezawa purpose-built plant and R & D in Tochigi from 1989 to 2004 at the beginning when it was presented to the Suzuka factory for the rest of their production moving. The cars were fitted run of around 200 highly qualified and experienced Honda team hand-picked staff with a minimum of ten years experience in the installation of several employees at other facilities to the Honda NSX. After studying their main competitors such as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche, Honda NSX-development engineers who are looking for “perfect balance” between the output and reliability, and thus provides a powerful VTEC engine for atmospheric extreme demands of road and track.
Today, the 2013 Acura NSX is still dominated by the owners of the brand as one of the most reliable cars ever made considered exotic, suffered with many examples of over 100,000 miles without any major problems with the reliability or manufacturer recalls remarkable. Despite the original NSX ceasing production in 2005, the brand still has a solid base of fans and supporters worldwide with owners clubs that thrive in Asia, the U.S. and Europe. International Auto writers like Andrew Frankel Mark Hales Russell Bulgin. Bernd Ostmann and Gianni Marino have not only lent his name to the NSX in print but publicly praised the innovation of technology and Honda 2013 Acura NSX and the BBC book NSX – Honda Super Sports Car vehicle description, as worthy of the supercar title.