The Acura NSX Bears All As It Unleashes Hell At The Nurburgring

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But what do you make of its engine note?

Production of the Acura NSX should have started by now, but the need for a redesigned engine has delayed things for a few months. In the meantime, expect to see more videos of the new hybrid sports car being pushed to the limit at the Nurburgring. While we’ve seen it hot lapping Green Hell before, this is the first time we’ve seen it in action without any camo. It certainly looks at home on the German circuit, although not everyone’s going to be convinced by the sound of its 550-hp 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 hybrid setup.

Thankfully, Acura/Honda has given itself some time to put this right.

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