Honda NSX (1990-05) Engine 2977cc V6
Registration Number P 766 NLC
In 1984 Honda commissioned Pininfarina to design the HPX (Honda Pininfarina eXperimental) prototype to be powered by a 2.0ltr V6 and to be as good as anything from Italy or Germany. The car developed into the NSX (New Sports eXperimental) and eventually production car. The original target was the Ferrari 328 which was later revised to the Ferrari 348. For power Honda opted for a VTEC V6 3.0ltr. The NSX was the first production car to have all aluminium monocoque body. incorporated an extruded aluminium alloy frame, and suspension. Other novel features included, 4 channel ABS system, titanium connecting rods in the engine, electric power steering and Honda's VTEC timing system. The production car debut at the 1989 Chicago Auto Show and first went on sale in 1990 in Japan.
Shot at Capesthorne Hall, Classic Car Show 31:07:2011 Ref 73-096
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