Acura NSX : 2008

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Road & Track magazine reported several months ago that Acura's next-generation NSX will come in 2+2 form with a front-engine layout.

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2008 Acura NSX by Larson.

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2008 Acura NSX by Larson.

This new version is quite different from the Advanced Sports Car Concept (ASCC) seen at the 2007 Detroit show.

Under the NSX's hood will be a 4.5-liter or 5.0-liter V-10 that will produce at least 450 naturally aspirated bhp — accouding to Road & Track, it maybe 500. It will probably feature SH-AWD, but there's still the possibility of rear-wheel drive. The car will make its debut sometime in late 2009 or 2010, with a price just north of the $100,000 mark.

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Stacked Acura logo in black and white.

Acura NSX : 2007   
Larson   Future car images.
Acura October 2008 sales   Up 2.0 percent.
Acura TL : 2009   With the most powerful engine in Acura history.
Acura Tops All Competitors in Value   Acura Wins ALG's 2009 Overall Luxury Brand Residual Value Award.
Acura NSX : 1990   World Debut at the 1989 Chicago Auto Show.
Acura Achieves Historic First in Crash Test Ratings   
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Acura “The Making of Wall Art” spot   
Acura ZDX : 2009   Debuts at New York International Auto Show.
Acura Launches Dedicated Financial Services   New Acura-Branded Financial Services Created to Enhance Luxury Client's Experience.
Acura NSX : 2012   Supercar to be Built in Ohio and Developed in the U.S.
Acura NSX : 2013   Next Evolution of NSX Concept.
Acura   Official site.
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