New Honda NSX: What’s Next…

Automotive Design 30 Jun 2005
New Honda NSX: What’s Next…

A new image for the next Honda NSX generation was unveiled by the Japanese magazine Auto Gallery Net.


A new image for the next Honda NSX generation was unveiled by the Japanese magazine Auto Gallery Net.

The style of this concept looks quite different from the one of the HSC Concept, officially presented by Honda at the 2003 Tokyo Motorshow, that many considered to be a preview of the next NSX generation.

According to Auto Gallery Net the new NSX body should be more compact and lower than the present version, and the design should be characterized by sharp edges and a Formula 1-like front end that reminds of Ferrari Enzo.

The Honda NSX production should end within this month (June 2005) after 15 years of life and about 20,000 units built.

Read more on Auto Gallery Net (in Japanese) or on leblogauto.com (in French).

Update (18 December 2006)

As pointed out by our reader Tony Pierce, the above rendering is actually a Photoshopped picture of a Cadillac Cien Concept (thanks Tony for the tip).

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