Honda to reveal NSX Concept at Detroit Auto Show in January

After six years of waiting
Dec 13, 2011

After six years since the last NSX rolled out of Honda's Suzuka plant, the Japanese carmaker's American subsidiary is gearing up for the revelation of a concept version of the next-generation NSX supercar. The NSX concept will make its global debut at the 2012 North American International Auto Show in January.

Other than the announcement, the only thing American Honda revealed about the car is that it "represents the styling direction for the next generation of Acura's super sports car."

Honda rebadged the NSX and sold it as the Acura NSX in the North American car market.

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