Aiming to build the perfect sportscar and Honda racing experience and put it all into one of the most dynamic shapes ever from Japan, the NSX challenged Ferrari for looks and Porsche for build quality but conquered all in the ease of driving. The car was very simple to use and drive very quickly. Aluminium alloys were used exclusively throughout the car, from suspension arms through the entire engine to the body. Twin wishbones front and back made the car's handling exceptional, while electric power-steering reduced the assistance as speed increased, down to nothing at high speed. The V6 engine was another marvel of Honda's V-Tech engineering with quad cams, the intake of which activated a more aggressive cam profile beyond 5,800rpm, thus not sacrificing torque. To cheat wind I lie underside was flat and the rear shape of the car helped reduce lift at speed.
Honda NSX Specifications
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