Model auta pro sběratele Honda Acura NSX LHD v černém laku vytvořený podle předlohy originálu designerským týmem v měřítku 1:18 při věrném zachování detailu a kvality zpracování.

Model je vyroben z pryskyřičné slitiny RESIN, při této technologii výroby výrobce dosáhl maximální věrnosti modelu ku originálu za cenu nemožnosti cokoli otevřít. Model je dodáván na základní desce a jeho lak je naprosto dokonalý.

The first generation Honda NSX, marketed in North America and Hong Kong as the Acura NSX, is a 2-seater, mid-engined sports car that was manufactured by Honda in Japan from 1990 to 2005.

In 1984, Honda commissioned the Italian car designer Pininfarina to design the concept car HP-X (Honda Pininfarina eXperimental), which had a mid-mounted C20A 2.0 L V6 configuration. After Honda committed to a supercar project, management informed the engineers that the new car would have to be as fast as anything coming from Italy and Germany. The HP-X concept car evolved into a prototype known as NS-X, which stood for "New", "Sportscar" "eXperimental". The prototype and eventual production model—which was marketed as the NSX— were designed by a team led by Honda Chief Designer, Masahito Nakano, and Executive Chief Engineer, Shigeru Uehara (who subsequently were placed in charge of the S2000 project).

The original performance target for Honda s new sportscar was the Ferrari 328, which was revised to the 348 as the design neared completion. Honda intended its sportscar to meet or exceed the performance of the Ferrari, while offering superior reliability and a lower price. For this reason, the 2.0 L V6 of the HP-X was abandoned and replaced with a more powerful 3.0 L VTEC V6 engine. There were few prototype V6 engines installed in the development of the Honda NSX. The 2.7 liter single overhead camshaft V6 engine from Honda Legend/Honda Coupe was used and then the 3.0 liter single overhead camshaft V6 engine was used in 15 test mules for the Honda NSX. A (non-VTEC) 3.0 liter double overhead camshaft 24 valve V6 engine produced about 250 horsepower and 208 lb-ft of torque was used but the next 3.0 liter double overhead camshaft 24 valve V6 engine was redesigned "to achieve the desired levels of performance and durability; Honda designed a new cylinder block and cylinder heads, and the engine is equipped with the innovative variable valve timing shown recently on the company s home-market Integra". Titanium connecting rods were used to lower reciprocating weight and higher strength which allow additional 700rpm which brings the engine redline to 8000rpm. Because the prototype 3.0 liter single overhead camshaft V6 engine was replaced by taller 3.0 liter double overhead camshaft 24 valve VTEC V6 engine which increases the wheelbase by adding "1.2-inch (30mm) and overall length from 169.9 to 173.4inch for packaging".

The bodywork design had been specifically researched by Uehara after studying the 360-degree visibility inside an F-16 fighter jet cockpit. Thematically the F-16 came into play in the exterior design as well as establishing the conceptual goals of the NSX. In the F-16 and other high performance craft such as unlimited hydroplanes, open-wheel race cars, etc., the cockpit is located far forward on the body and in front of the power plant. This "cab-forward" layout was chosen early in the NSX s design to optimize visibility while the long tail design enhanced high speed directional stability. The NSX was designed to showcase several Honda automotive technologies, many derived from its F1 motor-sports program.

The NSX was the first production car to feature an all-aluminium semi-monocoque unit body, incorporating a revolutionary extruded aluminium alloy frame and suspension components. The use of aluminium saved nearly 200 kg in weight over the steel equivalent in the body alone, while the aluminium suspension arms saved an additional 20 kg (much of it unsprung weight); a suspension compliance pivot helped maintain wheel alignment changes at a near zero value throughout the suspension cycle. Other notable features included an independent, 4-channel anti-lock brake system; titanium connecting rods in the engine to permit reliable high-rpm operation; an electric power steering system; Honda s proprietary VTEC variable valve timing system and, in 1995, the first electronic throttle control fitted to a Honda.

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