Upon its release in 1990, Honda NSX was a design concept ahead of its time. At 1,170 mm (46 in) in height (only 141.3 mm (5.56 in) taller than the legendary Ford GT40), the car showcased Honda‘s technology. The Japanese car maker’s race track innovations and competitive history were further exemplified on the road by the NSX‘s ultra-rigid, ultra-light all aluminum monocoque chassis and front and rear double wishbone suspension, with forged control arms connected to forged alloy wheels. The car additionally boasted the world’s first production car engine with titanium connecting rods, forged pistons, and ultra high-revving capabilities — the redline was at a lofty 8,000 rpm – all traits usually associated with track and race engineered motor cars.
No fan of cars should miss this clip dedicated by the production company Format 67 to one of the most interesting models ever produced by Honda: NSX. Enjoy !