2014 Acura NSX Release Date and Price - Acura has announced that the new 2014 Acura NSX will go on sale in 2014 and, in a novel twist, will actually be built in America, at a facility in Ohio as a way of offsetting the high value of the Japanese yen. Still, the NSX promises to be pricey, with a sticker upward of $100,000.
Instead of being powered by a conventional V-10 engine, the goes back to its roots in a way with a mid-mounted 3.5-liter V-6 driving the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. The difference this time around is that it will also use hybrid technology to drive the front wheels and the system is essentially the latest generation of the company’s Super Handling All Wheel Drive that will be found on Acura sedans, but turned around to have the front axle driven by two electric motors mounted inboard in a single housing.
By using torque vectoring, the NSX should have razor sharp turn-in. The V-6 is said to produce about 310 bhp, while the motors, which use a lithium-ion battery pack, generate an extra 100 hp for combined output of more than 400 hp. That should be good for 0–60 mph acceleration of about 3.0 sec. Like the original NSX, the new model will also use aluminum-intensive construction. Its footprint is tidy, riding on a 101.4-in. wheelbase and measuring 170.5 in. overall, while standing just 45.7 in. high and is 74.6 in. wide. The concept has 19 x 9-in. front and 20 x 10-in. rear wheels shod, respectively, with 255/35R-19 and 275/30R-20 tires.
The features of the 2014 Acura NSX are eye-catching like its images. You can start preparing for this car even before it launch. Unfortunately there can be not much information and facts about the new 2014 Acura NSX release date. If you dropped you can manage it and want to know the primary 2014 Acura NSX price, you can get in touch with certified traders of the Acura to discover out more about the 2014 Acura NSX price.
Whether they are sports cars, classics, antiques, hot rods or muscle cars, seldom will you see a Japanese-made car in the list. Maybe it is because it has not yet established the tradition or garnered the years of experience that the other car brands have mustered. Not that Japanese cars have yet to be accepted in the West as they have actually gained a significant share in both European and North American markets already. Only two, however, have gotten high acclaim for its built and power. These are the Evolution of Mitsubishi and the Acura NSX of Honda.
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