Honda has yet to reveal images of the production-ready next-generation NSX supercar and the U.K order books for the Japanese supercar have already been opened.
The new Honda NSX is expected to hit showroom floors in 2015 and for a cool 5,000 pounds, prospective U.K owners can be among the first in the world to take deliver.
Managing Director of Honda (UK) Phil Crossman said, “We are really pleased with the interest we’ve already seen for the new NSX. We are still two years away from the launch of the car and yet we’ve received over 20 deposits and that’s before we’ve even announced prices or seen the final production car. With this process in place we are confident demand will remain strong and early hand raisers can now visit any Honda dealership in the UK and place a deposit.”
The most recent update to the Honda NSX Concept came at this year’s Detroit Auto Show where it featured styling not even close to its predecessor, but rather a design for more fitting of the times and a lot more futuristic.
When it does hit production, the Honda NSX will utilise a mid-mounted V6 engine driving all for wheels.
Additional power will then come from a 2 Electric Motor Drive Unit up front featuring bilateral torque adjustability which can instantly deliver negative or positive torque whenever necessary.