2016 Acura NSX EV Concept

Acura, the luxury automobile division of the Japanese well-known auto manufacturer, Honda, is expected to promote a completely electric concept coupe during this year, it is the new 2016 Acura NSX EV Concept. Now, it has released some initial official images, declaring that the electric car will undertake the Broadmoor Pikes Peak Intercontinental Hill Climb in 2016. The new concept electric car features an additional development of the tentative, four-motor all-electric powertrain. Also, it is designed with Super Handling All-Wheel Drive feature (revealed first-time last year).

2016 Acura NSX Concept

2016 Acura NSX EV Concept Exterior

The exterior design of the new NSX EV Concept will be based on the concept designed by Tetsuya Yamano, who promoted the 2015 model EV Honda CR-Z. The electric engine would offer the Acura NSX Concept a benefit at Pikes Peak, where high elevation restricts the performance of internal combustion powertrains. Other than changing the NSX from a hybrid version to an all-electric version, the automaker has carried out extensive alterations to the body of the new sports concept. It is still identifiable as an NSX, but the overstated fender flares and the gigantic spoilers make the race car look like a life-size edition of a remote-regulated car.

2016 Acura NSX EV Concept side

New Acura NSX EV Concept 2016 Engine and Technology

The new concept is the eventual personification of the four-wheel-drive Electric SH-AWD engine, having the first expertise in the world. This technology allows the all-wheel self-regulating twist distribution. The Electric Super Handling All-Wheel Drive power unit of the new EV Concept generates a power output. It is thrice of the cumulative system power output of the electric model from the previous year and it will be paired with the NSX body.
Acura has been tuning the coupe for more than a few weeks at Pikes and has perked up its performance considerably. It will be a great honor in driving the 2016 Acura NSX Concept at Pikes in the 2016 centenary year, which is an occasion, esteemed by racing enthusiasts all through the world.

2016 Acura NSX EV Concept rear

The research and development part of Honda have been working on the super handling expertise for over 20 years in the hunt of the perfect vehicle handling. By making use of individual Dual Motor Units, the intelligence of Sports Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive, on each wheel. Acura has accomplished self-regulating twist sharing the accurate all-wheel torque vectoring to all the four corners. The design team of Acura modernized the system administration of the powertrain derived from the experiences gained from the previous year’s race for more accurate power at each wheel.

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The distinctive Super Handling All-Wheel Drive technology of Acura uses the highly receptive acceleration and regeneration ability to perk up the torque vectoring systems further. This are now used in NSX, and accessible on RLX and in the future 2017 model MDX. The system allows for perfect handling attributes in a variety of driving conditions by synchronizing and handling all active systems. As well as the Vehicle Stability Assist, Electronic Power Steering, and the Sports Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive.

Rumors about Acura NSX Type-R

The powerful electric motors that offer a higher power output and the four-motor twist vectoring, car gets a lot. The 2016 Acura NSX EV Concept vehicle is compatible with the demands of the lengthy track of 19.99 km (12.42 miles) and 156 difficult bends that the driver will come across while driving on the Pikes Peak.

2016 Acura NSX EV Concept rear 1

This zero-emission supercar concept is going to cause to undergo its paces on 26th of June. It will be accompanied by two other individually modified NSX models at the hill climb, which still employ the V6. It is twin-turbo internal combustion engine, which will scream in the first and second Time Attack classes.

2016 Acura NSX Concept Photos

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