Here are more details about the Honda NSX and the museum.
What makes the Honda NSX iconic?
This vehicle runs on a 3.0-liter or 3.2-liter V-6 engine with a five-speed manual transmission, though later models featured a four-speed automatic transmission. The newer transmission system allowed for manual or automatic shifting through a lever on the steering column.
Toyota has displayed a coupe model of the NSX at the museum. However, Honda later made a convertible T-model in 1995. Both models had similar engine characteristics and VTEC (Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control).
The first-generation model in the U.S. was called the Acura NSX, which was discontinued in 2005.
The Toyota car museum is home to iconic car brands
The Toyota Car Museum was built to help commemorate the history of automobiles and their role in creating a prosperous future for all humans.
Apart from Honda, other notable models at the Toyota car museum include the famous 1955 Ford Thunderbird, Packard Twelve, which President Roosevelt drove, and the gold trim 1910 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost. It even has the Batmobile-like Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz.
A new NSX is on the market
A new model called the NSX Type S will be sold in 2022, with only 350 units going on sale globally. The new vehicle design has enhanced the features that the brand has been known for over the years and includes advanced technology, like a new hybrid setup.
It comes fitted with twin turbochargers from the GT3 Evo, giving it an incredible 600 horsepower. The body is also meticulously engineered with carbon fiber side skirts, front lip, and spoilers. Its wheels have been redesigned as well to increase the lateral g-force and enhance control.
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