There will be a roadster version of the Honda NSX. It’s just a matter of when it’ll be produced.
Remember the Integra, a sports compact manufactured by Honda from 1985 to 2006. Despite its popularity, along with the Prelude, it was dropped from Honda’s range because they care not profitable to Honda. That a shame really. So here, I imagine the rebirth of the Integra, which is a coupe version of the Acura ILX.
Read from Paul Tan’s blog that Proton Holdings has entered into a collaboration agreement with Honda Motor Co. The deal was signed earlier today in Japan. More of the report here. So here I imagine the Acura (Honda) being rebadged as Proton, just for the fun of it.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. The top rendering was featured in the July issue of Road and Track magazine. These were an attempt in visualizing a production NSX.
If only the Acura ILX is sold in Asia Pacific as the Civic. It’s a much better looking product than the cheap-looking 9th generation Civic.
This are my impressions of the next Acura CSX. This version is the booted variant of the Europe Civic.
This is my Trabant nTwip, now-THAT’S-what-i–prefer. Rendered out from the recently unveiled Trabant nT. My nT has proper grille, up-right front (headlights), higher-positioned front bumper that is bigger, a more angled windscreen, and bigger wheels… You would really need to compare it to the original nT to see the differences. Sorry.