2020 Honda NSX Type R 650 PS Specs, Engine, & Review – Though it may come as an underwhelming car in this perspective, the NSX is a wonder of technology and properly quick in a straight line and the twisties. On the other hand, fans of the NSX and individuals who can afford to devote top dollar ($157,800) on the NSX wish that Honda is likely to make amends with the intro of the Type R.
2020 Honda NSX Type R 650 PS Review
In no way confirmed by the automaker or the Acura brand, the NSX Type R could be in the pipeline for the 2020 model year. Japanese distribution Spyder7.com quotes 650 horsepower (641 brake horsepower), and an estimated price tag of 35 million yen. Vice-director and general administrator of Acura in the United States, Jon Ikeda, created an interesting comment on the amped-up NSX while in the 2019 Detroit Motor Show. When quizzed by the motoring media about the Type R, Ikeda replied with a cryptic “anything can happen.”
The lighter in weight, much more powerful variant is rumored to be joined by the NSX Roadster later on this year in accordance to Auto Bild, and further down the line, Autocar suggests that an EV could occur. The issue is, does Honda (and Acura) see the gain in spinning the NSX off into numerous variations, especially from a monetary perspective?
Only time will tell, but there are two signs about what is waiting for the NSX in the approaching years. For starters, a handful of prototypes were actually spotted at the Nurburgring going through development in August 2020, equally cars sporting some kind of special sensors (pictured). Then there’s a design patent for an air dam, which Honda submitted with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in delayed 2020. What is so special about the patent is the vehicle used to illustrate the aerodynamic add more-on, specifically the NSX.