Honda NSX 2017 – Price Tag of $420,000
Honda Australia is yet to formally affirm local pricing for Honda NSX 2017, in any case, AutoandGenerals has discovered that the single-particular NSX bound to achieve Australian purchasers before the end of the year will probably be estimated at $420,000 head out.
Beginning at £137,950 ($238,870) in the UK and extending from around $156,000-$205,000 in the US, if affirmed, the nearby figure for the Honda NSX 2017 – generally $388,000 before on-street costs – positions the half and half Japanese supercar over the $379,000 McLaren 570S and $384,900 Porsche 911 Turbo.
The assessed list cost would likewise make it dearer than a Maserati GranTurismo Stradale and Aston Martin V12 Vantage S, and see it split the new V10-just controlled Audi R8 V10 and R8 V10 Plus ($354,900 and $389,900, separately).
Furthermore, less expensive than another Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 or Ferrari 488 GTB the estimating would in any case make the all-wheel-drive NSX more than twofold the cost of the current $182,500 leader Nissan GT-R Black Edition.
On show to people in general – in right-hand-drive pre-generation appearance – at Yarra Honda in Melbourne until the end of the month, the new NSX lands in Australia 25 years after the first NSX dispatched locally in 1991, estimated from $159,900.
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Fueled by a 201kW/284Nm normally suctioned, mid-mounted 3.0-liter V6 motor, the back wheel-drive original NSX measured 4430mm long and had a kerb weight of 1351kg.
Teaming a 373kW/550Nm dry-sump twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 motor with a nine-speed double grip programmed transmission, the new second-era NSX likewise utilizes a 35kW/147Nm direct-drive electric engine to send extra energy to the back wheels, and two 27kW/73Nm electric engines to drive the fronts. This force and torque – totalling an asserted top yield of 427kW and 646Nm – is juggled by means of the hello tech Honda’s ‘Game Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel-Drive’ (Sport Hybrid SH-AWD) framework.