Honda NSX (2015)

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  • #168522

    Honda podría presenta la version Typer R en el Tokio Motor Show.

    Fuente: https://www.motor.es/noticias/honda-nsx-type-r-650-cv-presentacion-201957833.html

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    Nota de prensa, en inglés (si sale en español la pondrá tambien)

    New Technical Details of the Next Generation NSX Revealed at SAE 2015 World Congress and Exhibition

    – New information disclosed on innovative powertrain, body and manufacturing technologies further solidifies the NSX’s position as a world-class supercar
    – NSX legacy of innovative, lightweight body design for high performance is advanced with world’s first automotive application of ablation casting
    – Total airflow management design strategy employed to achieve world-class supercar performance

    In advance of the market launch of the highly anticipated next generation NSX, the engineers leading the supercar’s development shared new technical details and design strategies with the automotive engineering community at the SAE 2015 World Congress and Exhibition. Additional information about the team’s efforts to achieve a true “New Sports Experience” included details of the NSX’s world’s first body construction process that helped create a multi-material space frame resulting in class-leading body rigidity, the advanced total airflow management system and an update on NSX’s power unit specifications.

    Ted Klaus, chief engineer and global development leader of the new NSX, introduced key powertrain, body and dynamic performance engineers who shared new product and technical details in their related areas of the development. The unprecedented sharing of technical details prior to the car’s market introduction reflects the desire of the NSX development team and the company to inspire the imagination of automotive and technology enthusiasts along with the next generation of engineers.

    “Our goal is to create something altogether new and exciting, something that advances the concept of a next generation supercar in the spirit of the original NSX,” said Klaus. “In order to provide NSX-level value, we needed to push ourselves to experiment with, refine and then realize many new technologies.”

    Significant technical revelations concerning the NSX included:

    – The NSX includes Acura’s first use of a revolutionary multi-material space frame design that delivers class-leading body rigidity while remaining lightweight.
    – World’s first automotive application of new ablation casting[1] technology resulting in world-class body rigidity for ultimate handling and control.
    – World’s first use of a three-dimensionally formed, ultra-high-strength steel A-pillar, supporting class-leading rigidity and crash performance while providing outstanding outward visibility.
    – The NSX achieves top-in-class aerodynamics targets without the use of active aerodynamic elements, while its three-motor Sport Hybrid power unit is cooled through 10 heat exchangers all thanks to a total airflow management strategy that maximises the flow of air around and through the NSX.
    – Displacement of the NSX’s all-new twin turbo V-6 engine was confirmed to be 3.5 litres.
    – The NSX will mark the introduction of the most capable and highest torque capacity Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system in Acura’s history.
    – The latest proprietary logic advances Acura’s two decades-long pursuit of Super Handling that proactively responds to driver inputs, allowing the NSX to achieve a new level of line trace while at the same time intelligently supporting the driver in changing environments.

    Additional details on each of these engineering achievements follow:

    Multi-Material Body
    Acura’s First Application of a Multi-Material Body with Space Frame Construction

    Developing the Most Rigid-in-Class, Multi-Material Body

    At the core of the NSX mission to deliver timeless sports car values is an aluminium intensive, multi-material space frame. This innovative space frame represents a next-generation leap in body design with class-leading technology that is exclusive to Honda within the automotive market. Based on internal data, the all-new NSX multi-material body is by far the most rigid in its competitive set.

    While the all-aluminium monocoque body of the original NSX was ahead of its time, current aluminium and ultra high strength steel intensive body architecture has been taken to the limit for supercar design.

    “For this new NSX development, anything and everything that could offer incredible base rigidity and lightweight design was on the table,” said Shawn Tarr, principal engineer and NSX body development leader. “We considered an all-aluminium unibody, carbon fibre monocoque and space frame designs and ultimately engineered a multi-material space frame because it offers the lowest weight and best rigidity, precision and hybrid powertrain packaging capability of any design.”

    A key advancement in casting technology allowed the NSX development team to realise a quantum leap in body design, for the first time being able to engineer a vehicle with castings in key locations for rigidity, that also support the ductility necessary for placement within crush zones.

    World’s First Application of Ablation Casting

    The NSX heralds the world’s first application of ablation casting technology in the automotive industry. Ablation casting combines traditional casting methods with rapid cooling techniques to offer the design flexibility and rigidity of casting with the ductility and energy absorption characteristics of extruded material.

    Traditional castings provide the ultimate rigidity in space frame and other body designs, but have traditionally suffered a major drawback: traditional castings are brittle. With the no-compromise performance goals of the NSX, a groundbreaking new casting method within the crush zones had to be used.

    – The ablation process allows the ultra-rigid castings to be located within the crush zones and to function as large aluminium nodes, or junction points. Aluminium extrusions are then inserted into sockets in the ablation cast nodes, which act as fixtures that hold the space frame in place during welding.
    – During the welding process, shorter stitch welds can be applied, enhancing the exceptional, repeatable precision of the NSX space frame construction by reducing heat deformation during the production process.
    – Ablation castings also enable traditional aluminium castings to be used at strategic locations in the space frame and as the primary mounting points for suspension and power unit components, in addition to being the reference and temporary attachment points during the highly accurate space frame construction process.
    – Full space frame construction and vehicle assembly are conducted on-site at the new Performance Manufacturing Centre (PMC) in Marysville, Ohio, providing a high level of quality control.

    New A-Pillar Construction Technique

    In addition to the world’s first casting technology, the NSX applies an all-new three-dimensionally formed ultra high strength steel A-pillar that provides next-generation rigidity and precise shape specification tolerances.

    The previous generation NSX had a thin A-pillar that provided very good outward visibility. Reflecting this heritage with modern rigidity and roof crush performance requirements demanded this new, ultra high strength production method.

    Advanced Materials Strategy

    NSX represents an advanced expression of modern body design theory: the strategic integration of multiple materials to achieve optimal body performance for numerous targets, including rigidity, dynamic response, superior fit and finish and occupant protection.

    – The aluminium-intensive space frame is complimented with precisely crafted ultra high strength steel and anchored with a carbon fibre floor together producing body performance at its peak.
    – For the new NSX, the body design and technologies are about more than just raw performance – a goal of any supercar development. In keeping with the human centred supercar concept, the NSX development team went further, to optimise how the car’s performance capabilities are experienced by the driver through the body.
    – Drivers will experience all of the ‘on-the-rails’ handling provided by the Sport Hybrid SH-AWD power unit because it is communicated in high-fidelity through the most rigid body in its class.

    Total Airflow Management
    Engineering a Next Generation Thermal and Aerodynamic Package via
    Total Airflow Management

    To meet the challenge of the ambitious performance targets, radical packaging design and exotic styling for the next generation NSX, the development team had to totally re-imagine the thermal and aerodynamic engineering for this modern supercar so that maximum energy is extracted from the flow of air around and through the NSX with the highest efficiency.

    This new total airflow management strategy supports component cooling, aerodynamic performance (drag and downforce) at a very high level without the use of active aero technology, while also contributing to even more dynamic styling.

    Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) was used extensively during development to allow the U.S. based development team to maximise the performance of a power unit being developed in Japan. CFD models were run on computers totalling many years’ worth of computational uptime.

    Thermal CFD was effectively used in two ways during development, first for the proof-of-concept in establishing heat management strategy at the earliest development stage and second, for continuous thermal performance improvement as the vehicle matured through development. Extensive involvement of thermal CFD with design engineers during the development enabled maximum design optimization.

    Along with the use of advanced CFD, wind tunnel and real world testing, the development team also employed computerised lap-time simulation models of some of the world’s most legendary proving grounds that could then be run on chassis-dynamometers allowing testing and validation of computer models for thermal management.

    – The all-new NSX employs 10 air-cooled heat exchangers responsible for cooling the front twin-motor unit (TMU), twin-turbo V6 engine, rear direct-drive electric motor and 9-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT).
    – The all new, twin-turbocharged 3.5- litre V6 engine at the heart of the Sport Hybrid SH-AWD power unit requires the greatest cooling and receives it through three radiators: one centre and two side units to get maximum airflow volume and efficiency. The centre radiator is tilted forward 25-degress, allowing the largest, optimised configuration that best utilises the inherent pressure gradient while maintaining the strict low centre of gravity targets of the NSX’s Advance Sports Package.
    – Condenser and power drive unit (PDU) coolers are efficiently packaged in front of the centre engine radiator.
    – The TMU is cooled passively through strategic use of air in the front motor room and by a heat exchanger mounted in front of the right engine sub-radiator.
    – The 9-speed DCT is cooled by two heat exchangers, one mounted in front of the left engine sub-radiator and the other in the engine compartment.
    – Twin-intercoolers located in the signature side intakes are used to cool the intake air charge.

    Supercar Aerodynamics

    NSX achieves top-class aerodynamic balance and supercar aerodynamic downforce without the use of active aero. Aerodynamic drag is minimised, even while moving large airflows through NSX as it inhales and exhales. Aerodynamic downforce is created through the total airflow management focus on utilising airflow through each vent, as NSX exhales, and through more traditional aerodynamic shape optimisation.

    NSX has undergone extensive testing at the company’s state-of-the-art wind tunnel in Raymond, Ohio, using ultra-detailed 40-percent-scale models that replicate the entire intake and exhaust vents, heat exchangers and major under-hood components. These highly accurate scale models replicate drag and lift performance with near perfect approximation. It has been verified and put through its paces at the company’s full-scale wind tunnel in Japan, and on real and simulated proving grounds throughout the world.

    Total airflow management vents and precision ducting also help create strong, consistent downforce for NSX and were tuned to optimised forms with aerodynamicist and designer input during working wind tunnel sessions.

    – Six vortices flow at the rear of the NSX including those that support creating the highest downforce across the rear deck lid.
    – Flowing from below the car and exiting through meticulously optimised lower, rear diffuser fins is a critical vortex that further anchors NSX to the ground. Uniquely, the fins are not parallel to each other, but are narrower toward the front of the car and wider at the rear. This design creates low pressure and further maximises downforce.

    Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive
    A new handling paradigm decades in the making

    The groundbreaking Sport Hybrid SH-AWD dynamic torque vectoring technology applied to the all-new NSX represents research and development that has been ongoing for well over two decades.

    Next-generation torque vectoring

    Honda has been continuously refining its advanced torque vectoring technology while in parallel developing new ways of accomplishing the timeless sports car values of lightweight, rigid chassis and potent powerplants. This all-new Sport Hybrid SH-AWD represents a system injected with more electric power, delivered more directly, managing more internal combustion power than any system Acura has engineered to date.

    In keeping with the development team’s ‘human- centred supercar’ concept, the new NSX and its Sport Hybrid Super Handling drivetrain were truly engineered from the driver out. While the NSX provides a new sports experience with ‘on rails handling,’ its Super Handling technology was optimised to enhance the driving experience by responding instantaneously and intuitively to the will of the driver.

    – Super Handling is brought to its pinnacle form in NSX where the strengths of electric motors – delivering zero delay acceleration – allows the NSX to offer dynamic torque vectoring even at low vehicle and engine speeds.
    – Super Handling logic has progressed along a parallel path with hardware. While many advanced automotive technologies are focused on feedback, measurements of how the vehicle is reacting, NSX uniquely applies additional technology to focus on accurately responding to driver input through immediate, precise application of torque at each wheel at any moment.
    – Using cutting edge computer-aided engineering (CAE) optimisation software, engineers created a double-wishbone, double lower control arm front suspension that decouples the twin-motor unit (TMU) torque from the driver’s experience at the steering wheel, providing timeless sports car steering communication to the driver with a new experience of on rails handling provided by the precise torque vectoring of the TMU.
    – Variable gear ratio steering is applied to further enhance the confident, race-ready driving dynamics of the all-new NSX.

    Powertrain
    Sport-Hybrid SH-AWD Power Unit

    Powering the Sport Hybrid Power Unit with Racing Technologies

    As announced at the 2015 North American International Auto Show, the new NSX will utilise an all-new power unit from a clean sheet design. At its heart is an all-new longitudinally mounted twin-turbo V6 engine that is mated to an all-new, Honda developed 9-speed DCT with an electric motor that applies its torque directly to the crankshaft for higher output with immediate power delivery to the rear wheels.

    – The new engine has a displacement of 3.5- litres and utilises pinnacle racing technology, applying both direct and port injection to its design.
    – The 75-degree V-angle and dry sump design optimises engine rigidity and further supports the NSX’s Advanced Sports Package by allowing the engine and components to be lowered in the chassis to the maximum extent, resulting in the lowest centre of gravity in its class. This also supports the advanced packaging of other engine components.
    – The engine’s dry sump design also helps maximise vehicle performance in high lateral-G conditions.
    – The rear direct-drive electric motor applies its torque directly to the crankshaft.
    – The 9-speed DCT’s main, counter, secondary and output shaft design maximises the advanced sports package through a configuration that lowers weight and helps to centre the mass nearer the driver.

    [1]Ablation casting is co-developed for this world’s first automotive application with the original inventor of the process, Alotech Limited.

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    #140435

    Pensaba que era el único que veía diseño oriental inundándolo todo, pero veo que no.

    Un japo con diseño “oriental” yo no le veo nada malo ni raro, lo raro es la moda de dar toques orientales a coches que para nada lo necesitan (y aquí me refiero explicitamente a Ferrari).
    PD: Este, de diseño oriental, tiene poco, para mi es un diseño global con rasgos.

    #140434

    ESPLENDIDO.

    #140433

    Muy impersonal… Honda HSC Concept, ese sí era un digno NSX.

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    #140432

    No sé si serán las normas de seguridad, anti-contaminación, que el recargamiento oriental lo está inundando todo sin remedio o que nos hemos vuelto locos definitivamente pero me quedo con el original 1000 y 1 veces

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    El nuevo no es feo pero confirma que cualquier tiempo pasado, en el diseño, fue mejor.

    #140431

    Fijaos, este también tiene el pilar C flotante… Se pone de moda.

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    Pues yo al contrario que la mayoría de este foro voy a decir que es feo. Para mi es el deportivo de lujo más feo que hay en el mercado; deportivos de menos empaque como el Audi TT y el Peugeot RCZ me parecen más llamativos que este y que no hace honor a su nombre pues el NSX original tuvo un diseño revolucionario para su época y este bien podría haber sido diseñado hace más de 10 años.

    #140429

    Es espectacular, aunque parece que lleve 3 años presentado.

    #140428

    Es como el fútbol, merece la pena pagar la entrada por ver a Iniesta o a Isco, icluso a Koke y sus parabólicas. Solo por ver este o el Ford, hubiera pagado la entrada y me hubiera ido satisfecho.

    #140427

    Espléndido, a pesar que claro, lo llevamos viendo 1000 años. A mi la trasera, dentro que es más conservadora que el resto del coche, me da equilibrio. Algo más estrambotico hubiera quedado muy recargado a lo Lexus, con sus defensores y detractores.

    Vaya salonazo, nenes.

    #140426

    La trasera me arruina el conjunto… después de 1000 años de espera, habría deseado algo mas novedoso.

    #140425

    Hay un coche en el juego GTA5 inspirado en este coche. Se parece mucho.

    #140424

    Es precioso, imponente, limpio, espectacular

    #140423

    Me parece impresionante, un diseño muy limpio, a favor por completo.

    #140422

    Nota de prensa, en inglés
    Rebirth of an Icon: Next Generation Acura NSX Unveiled

    Acura takes the wraps off its highly anticipated next-generation NSX supercar, designed to deliver a groundbreaking “New Sports eXperience”

    DETROIT, January 12, 2015 – Twenty-five years after the debut of the original, paradigm-shifting NSX supercar, Acura revealed the production version of its highly anticipated successor—the next-generation Acura NSX, developed and produced in the U.S.—to the world’s auto media at the 2015 North American International Auto Show today. The production model, in a scintillating NSX Red finish, took the stage with a growl from its twin-turbocharged engine.

    The next generation NSX showcases the production styling, design and specifications of Acura’s mid-engine sports hybrid supercar, and Acura announced key details of the all-new vehicle’s design and performance. The company will begin accepting custom orders for the new NSX starting in the summer, with customer deliveries expected later in the year.

    Specifically created to bring a “new sports experience” to the supercar segment, the NSX challenges conventional beliefs about supercars — much as the first generation did a quarter century ago. The approach is realized through an all-new power unit—a twin-turbocharged 75-degree DOHC V6 engine with a 9-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT) and three-electric motor Sport Hybrid system—integrated with an ultra-rigid and lightweight multi-material body with world’s-first material applications and manufacturing processes. Developed under the concept of a “human-centered supercar,” a car that puts the driver first in every aspect of its design, the next-generation NSX will leverage its state-of-the-art hybrid supercar power unit, body and chassis to deliver exceptionally intuitive and immediate response to driver inputs.

    “Our commitment was to create an all-new NSX that is true to the heritage of NSX—a supercar that delivers a new driving experience, one where every part of the vehicle is respectful of the smartest part of the car, the driver,” said Mike Accavitti, senior vice president and general manager of the Acura division. “The soul of a car is the emotional connection it makes with the driver. With the NSX, that connection will be intense and immediate.”

    As the pinnacle representation of Acura performance and prestige, the NSX was introduced at the auto show under the theme of “Precision Crafted Performance.” The theme was the original tagline for the Acura brand, a guiding force behind the development of the original NSX and a critical component of its launch.

    The development of next-generation NSX, driven by precision crafted performance, has resulted in a clean-sheet design, which involved nearly three years of intensive development effort by a global design and engineering team led by engineers at the company’s development center in Raymond, Ohio.

    “The NSX reflects Acura’s American roots and makes a powerful statement about the strong role being played by our North American operations in envisioning and building the future of Acura,” said Erik Berkman, executive vice president of the Acura Business Planning Office.

    “Our global team embraced the challenge to create a new sports car experience, leveraging new technology to deliver incredibly vivid performance in a vehicle that responds intuitively and immediately to the will of the driver,” said Ted Klaus, chief engineer and global development leader of the new NSX. “The NSX delivers pinnacle supercar performance, with zero-delay acceleration and exhilarating, confidence-inspiring driving dynamics.”

    Interwoven Dynamic Exterior Design

    “The new NSX is a product of what we term ‘Interwoven Dynamic’ design,” said Michelle Christensen, NSX exterior design project leader. “It represents the ideal blending of exotic sports car form and supercar function.”

    The NSX body features classic low and wide proportions married to modern and alluring surfacing, an aggressive front design, and tail lights that pays homage to the original NSX. The signature side intake and floating C-pillar collects air to feed the mid-mounted engine and directs airflow over the rear deck to increase downforce. To accommodate the new longitudinally mounted twin-turbo V6 and 9-speed DCT, the production vehicle was lengthened (+3 inches) and widened (+1 inch) with a slightly more cab-forward package, compared with the proportions of the NSX Concept shown in 2012.

    Every element of the exterior body design has been carefully fashioned for total airflow management for both stability-enhancing downforce and vehicle systems cooling. The NSX has undergone extensive testing at the company’s state-of-the-art wind tunnel in Raymond, Ohio, leading to a number of significant changes from concept to final body design, including modified hood vents, new front fender vents, modified side air intakes, and an optimized deck spoiler.

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    Human Support Cockpit

    “Consistent with the ‘human-centered supercar’ development concept, the NSX was designed from the inside out with an uncompromising focus on the driver,” said Johnathan Norman, NSX interior design project leader. “Like the original NSX, we created a ‘Human Support Cockpit’ that provides exceptional driver control, visibility and packaging, but further advanced to meet the extreme performance expectations of a modern supercar.”

    The NSX interior boasts exceptional forward visibility, simple and intuitive controls, and class-leading ergonomics—most notably the seat, which features top-class holding performance with outstanding comfort and easy ingress/egress.

    The NSX’s instrument cluster features a dynamic TFT display that responds to changes in the driver-selectable Integrated Dynamics System with pertinent graphics and information. The center console holds the Power button that readies the sport hybrid powertrain, nested in the center of the new Integrated Dynamics System dial control. Interwoven under the handcrafted leather dash panel is the exposed midframe—a functioning chassis structural member that reflects the design aesthetic of a naked sport bike. An ultra-thin, yet super strong A-pillar design and low-mounted instrument panel minimize obstructions to the driver’s view of the road.

    Sport Hybrid Power Unit

    In keeping with the foundational philosophy of the original NSX, the next-generation NSX is designed to provide a new sports car experience that maximizes the capabilities of the driver, delivering exceptionally intuitive and confidence-inspiring response “at the will of the driver.”

    Acura engineers leveraged the company’s expertise both with high-performance engine and hybrid electric-drive technologies, as well as its two decades of experience with industry-leading dynamic torque-vectoring technologies, including Super-Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD), to create the most sophisticated, technologically advanced and intelligent powertrain in the supercar universe.

    At the heart of the NSX’s performance capabilities is an all-new mid-mounted, 75-degree, DOHC V6 engine with twin turbochargers mated to an Acura-developed 9-speed DCT. The V6 engine employs a race-inspired compact valve train and dry sump lubrication system to help lower the center of gravity. The all-new 9-speed DCT delivers synapse-quick gear changes and rev-matching downshifts. The rear direct-drive electric motor, housed between the engine and transmission, supports acceleration, braking and transmission shifting performance. The NSX’s front wheels are driven by twin independent high-output electric motors which deliver instantaneous torque response and dynamic left-to-right torque distribution.

    The NSX uses its front electric motors for dynamic torque vectoring in addition to enhancing acceleration and braking performance. The result is an instantaneous “zero delay” launch performance and handling response that seems to anticipate the driver’s desire. The NSX has undergone extensive testing at some of the world’s most challenging race circuits, including the famed Nurburgring.

    Advanced Multi-Material Body

    Also in keeping with the legacy of NSX—the world’s first all-aluminum supercar—the new NSX features an innovative new multi-material body design with world’s-first material applications and construction processes.

    The NSX body utilizes a space frame design—an internal frame constructed of aluminum, ultra-high strength steel and other advanced materials. Anchored by a carbon fiber floor, torsional and bending forces are taken up entirely by this ultra-rigid structure which also utilizes advanced joining technologies.

    The NSX features world’s-first casting technology that combines the design and manufacturing flexibility of a casting process with the strength and elongation properties of a forged material, enabling significant weight reduction. The body panels are composed of a combination of aluminum and sheet molding composite (SMC).

    Advanced Sport Package

    The NSX features an “Advanced Sports Package” with placement of key powertrain components –the mid-mounted engine, twin front motors and Sport Hybrid battery pack and power control unit – optimized to concentrate vehicle mass low and toward the center of the vehicle, to further enhance dynamic response. The combination of this packaging concept and the lightweight body give the NSX the lowest center of gravity in its class.

    The NSX utilizes a fully independent, all-aluminum front and rear suspension and puts its considerable power down through ContiSportContact™ high-performance tires—245/35Z R19 front and 295/30Z R20 rear—mounted on 19×8.5 inch front and 20×11 inch rear aluminum alloy wheels. Powerful, natural and confident braking performance is provided by 6-piston front and 4-piston rear monoblock calipers squeezing ultra-high performance carbon-ceramic brake discs.

    Handling is greatly enhanced by Sport Hybrid Super-Handling All Wheel Drive (Sport Hybrid SH-AWD), enabling lightning-quick responseto all driver inputs—steering, braking and throttle—along with the stability, control and launch performance of all-wheel drive. Agile Handling Assist (AHA) uses the subtle application of brake torque to further enhance yaw response and dynamic stability.

    The NSX’s dial-operated Integrated Dynamic System features Quiet, Sport, Sport+ and Track modes. The system adjusts engine, motor, transmission and chassis response, as well as the engine sound level, based on the needs of the driver and driving environment. Quiet mode enables electric-only driving at lower speeds for short durations. Dynamic vehicle responses become increasingly sharp as the driver moves from Sport to Sport+ mode and, finally, to Track mode, where the NSX reveals the full spectrum of its performance capabilities.

    The NSX also features a “launch” function to achieve the ultimate in “zero delay” launch performance, aided by both the engine and three electric motors.

    New Production Facility

    The NSX will be manufactured exclusively at the Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) in Marysville, Ohio, where approximately 100 highly-skilled associates will conduct full body construction, paint, and final assembly using domestic and globally-sourced parts.

    The PMC and its processes have been developed to perfectly blend associate craftsmanship and technology in a new approach to manufacturing. By in-housing the body construction, Acura maintains complete control over total body quality, including critical strength, suspension accuracy, and fit and finish—from initial construction all the way to final assembly.

    Associates will utilize innovative techniques to deliver next-generation craftsmanship and world-class quality in the realm of specialized, supercar vehicle production.

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    N.B. The NSX will be badged and sold as a Honda in Europe.

    Note to Editors:
    You can download images of the new NSX at http://www.hondanews.eu (images will be available from 12 January 2015, 18:00CET)

    You can also view a video of the NSX reveal at the North American International Auto Show on the Acura You Tube channel: http://www.youtube/acura from 12 January 2015, 18:00CET

    #140421
    KR

    La puta que lo pario!

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