That is one seriously amazing milestone. 2016 has been a big year for production milestones. Honda has just reached a significant one by building its 100 millionth car. To put that in perspective, Mini just built its 3 millionth car, and McLaren its 10,000th. Honda’s accomplishment is clearly no small … read more
This isn’t a straight Honda NSX review. We’ve done that before and you can read it here. However, the car is now in the UK (right hand drive, but German registered) and given how tricksy your average British road (or airfield…) can be, we wanted to reacquaint ourselves with Honda’s mighty £143,750 … read more
The Acura NSX has been named the 2017 AutoGuide.com Reader’s Choice Car of the Year.
After years of anticipation, Acura’s latest sports car has finally arrived sporting a hybrid turbocharged powertrain with 573 horsepower and 476 pound-feet of torque. Owning such an exquisite machine will cost … read more
This is the new world order. Get used to it. Automotive awards from the media may mean less to American consumers nowadays than in the past, but they still hold weight. Even if consumers don’t care all that much about which car wins which crown you can bet your ass that manufacturers do. One of those … read more
Is it a real supercar or just pretending to be? As a Formula One driver and Indy 500 winner, Alexander Rossi has driven plenty of high-horsepower cars throughout his life. But that fact isn’t necessarily the best predictor of which car he’ll choose when given the opportunity to drive any car in … read more
It seems that not even a 707 HP Charger Hellcat can sway Indy 500 winner and F1 reserve driver Alex Rossi from taking the Acura NSX for a spin.
When you’ve raced everything from Formula BMW to GP2, GP3, Formula Renault, Le Mans, Formula One and most recently IndyCar, it seems that overall power output … read more
Some say that Formula 1 was at its peak during the 1990s, and the most iconic racing drivers of that (or is it any?) era was Ayrton Senna. The Brazilian began his motorsport career in karting, moving up to open-wheel racing and Formula 3, before making his debut in Formula 1, with Toleman-Hart, in 1984. … read more
It’s well known that Ayrton Senna’s link to Japanese automaker Honda went well beyond him driving for the McLaren Formula One team that used the company’s engines.
He was also part of the team that cooked up the now classic Honda/ Acura NSX – and we have here a beautiful new video that highlights … read more
While it’s believed that McLaren still has a right to veto Honda taking on any additional teams as an engine supplier, the Japanese manufacturer remains keen on expanding their F1 client base.
At the same time, Honda remains completely focused on their partnership with McLaren, for this season and beyond, … read more
The modern-day NSX is already looking like the type of supercar that will win you over as soon as you get behind the wheel.
Some reviewers have even called it a “budget hypercar”, though if you ask the folks over at Consumer Reports to say just how budget-friendly the NSX is, they may give you a completely … read more