AutoCar UK reported earlier yesterday ( March 12, 2013) that even before the all new Acura NSX has even gone into production and to market, Honda has already received 25 deposits of £5000 ( which is about $7500). Although a new deposit system for the car is set to officially become available, Honda has been forced to accept deposits in response to such eager demand.
The 2015 Acura NSX won’t go into production for at least another two years. It will be built here in the United States where most of the development is taking place. Power will come from a V6 augmented by an electric motor with all power routed through Honda’s legendary SH-AWD (Super Handling All Wheel Drive and ranked by 2004’s Popular Science as a best automotive innovation).
Development and final production on this halocar needs to happen sooner than later as two years is glacial in terms of today’s market. Home runs from the likes of Lamborghini’s Veneno McLaren’s P1 and Ferrari’s LaFerrari have already introduced to the world 3 hypercars incorporating hybrid technology (but at a different price point not in the same league as the NSX). The Acura faithful are a patient group, but they can only wait so long for Acura’s hottest car to come out since the last NSX came left us in 2005.
Source: AutoCar UK