Tag: successor

Could an S2000 successor be in the pipeline – based on the CR-Z?

Ever since Honda announced that production for the S2000 will end, there have been rumors about another coming. Some called it an AP3, yet others were looking forward eagerly to the arrival of the NSX. Rendered images flooded the internet and Honda too fueled the speculation with the OSM concept, and by starting to test […] More »

  Comments | By - September 25, 2010

Successor of NSX renamed to Honda HSV-10 GT and ready for the SuperGT

Is this the successor of the NSX or not? It looks like the spirit of the NSX will live on, at the Japanese SuperGT Championship as the HSV-10 GT. What is known so far, although is not yet official, is that the front-mid engine Honda car will be equipped with a 3.4 liter V8 engine […] More »

  Comments | By - December 22, 2009

Successor of the NSX lives on and will run in Super GT

Our prediction finally becomes true. The new NSX will finally see the light but only on track. More specific Honda has managed to include the new NSX in Super GT. Rules were changed, but we all knew that this was just a matter of time. Unfortunately, the NSX successor will not be available in the […] More »

  Comments | By - December 13, 2009

The end of the NSX or the beginning of the new NSX?

This will shake things around to all Honda fans and particular those who can’t wait to see if a new NSX successor may finally rise or not. Honda has formally announced that they will no longer use the NSX-GT in the GT500 class of the Super GT. The main reason is that the new rules […] More »

  Comments | By - October 26, 2009

NSX successor shall be downgraded

A sad day, that was, when the NSX successor project was canceled by Honda. It was back in February when Dick Colliver, executive vice president of American Honda Motor Co said that the NSX successor was mostly completed, but no “go” was given to bring it on production. However, John Watts, Acura’s senior manager has […] More »

  Comments | By - August 13, 2009

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