Although production of the NSX has just started, tuners are already toying with the idea of modifying it. And one of the first to do so is long-time modder Hennessey Performance.
Honda, like many other Japanese car manufacturers, accustomed us over the years with easy tunable machines, so we naturally expect the NSX to lend itself to different mods, especially as the 3.5-litre engine within its bowels comes with two turbochargers.
However, since the vehicle is practically a brand-new offering that hasn’t been abused in the real world by all sorts of customers, it’s unknown whether the extra power will upset its carefully studied hybrid balance, but Hennessey is willing to see what the car is made out of by revising and upgrading its twin-turbo system, installing a stainless steel exhaust, a new intercooler, wheels and many more bits and bobs. Basically, Hennessey will be using the NSX’s comprehensive developing process as a canvas for a mental supercar.
But we’ll have to wait a little more until the American company will let the hidden beast within the car loose, as these are only its intentions. Until then, one could only wonder what power is deemed adequate for the NSX, knowing that already the car is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) in less than three seconds,