Honda has updated the Acura NSX Concept--a year after it first made its global debut at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show--by finally giving the public a first look at what its interior design could look like when it goes into production.
According to the Japanese carmaker, the NSX Concept's interior package boasts "outstanding visibility, a strong driving position, and an intuitive Simple Sports Interface that minimizes interior clutter," thereby allowing the driver to focus on the driving experience.
For its exterior, the design stays true to the original concept styling, with its low and wide stance that perfectly complements its "dynamic and alluring proportions."
As previously reported, the next-generation NSX is planned to have a mid-mounted, direct-injected V6 engine that's mated to Honda's Sport Hybrid "Super Handling All-Wheel Drive" system.
The next-generation NSX is currently being developed by a global research-and-development team led by designers and engineers at Honda R&D Americas and will be built at a new production facility located in Ohio.