The next-generation Acura NSX supercar, rising in a spring, has perceived a 2015 “Best of What’s New” endowment from Popular Science magazine for a advanced, new proceed to electrified supercar technology.
“The Acura NSX hurdles required notions of supercar performance, and it’s good to see a modernized Acura opening technologies accept this kind of recognition,” pronounced Jon Ikeda, clamp boss and ubiquitous manager of Acura. “With a three-motor Sport Hybrid powertrain, a NSX is moving Acura opening in an extraordinary new instruction and we can’t wait to share a formula with a customers.”
Foremost among a many innovations is a NSX’s Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel-Drive powertrain, a initial of a kind in a supercar realm. Its 3 electric motors raise all aspects of energetic opening — acceleration, cornering and braking – in countless ways, including “direct bend control,” a continuous, energetic placement of electric engine torque.
Marrying this modernized and electrified new countenance of Acura opening with undying elements of NSX design, including innovative physique construction and higher cabin ergonomics, a next-generation NSX delivers a New Sports eXperience that steadily translates a inputs of a motorist with implausible fealty and 0 delay.
“The Best of What’s New awards respect a innovations that warn and dazzle us—those that plea a perspective of what’s probable in a future,” pronounced Cliff Ransom, Editor-in-Chief of Popular Science. “The endowment is Popular Science’s tip prize, and a 100 winners—chosen from among thousands of nominees—are any a series in their particular fields.”
For a past 28 years, a editors of Popular Science examination thousands of products in hunt of a tip tech innovations of a year. “Best of What’s New” awards are presented to breakthrough products and technologies that paint a poignant jump in one of 12 categories: Automotive, Aviation, Computing, Engineering, Gadgets, Green, Entertainment, Security, Software, Home, Health and Recreation. The Acura NSX and all “Best of What’s New” winners are featured in a Dec emanate of Popular Science, accessible now.
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