Official Honda 2017 Honda NSX

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    New Honda NSX - Bringing a ‘New Sports eXperience’ to the supercar segment

    Power unit

    Sport Hybrid SH-AWD power unit

    Type

    Front wheels: mechanically independent from rear power unit components, two electric motors (Twin Motor Unit); Rear wheels: twin-turbocharged V6 gasoline engine with one Direct Drive Motor and 9-speed DCT

    Maximum total system power

    581 PS

    Maximum total system torque

    646 Nm
    Engine

    Twin-turbocharged DOHC V6 (petrol)

    Type

    4 valves per cylinder

    Layout

    Longitudinally mid-mounted

    Capacity

    3,493 cc

    Bore x stroke

    91 mm x 89.5 mm

    Compression ratio

    10.0:1

    Power

    507 PS between 6,500 - 7,500 rpm

    Torque

    550 Nm between 2,000 - 6,000 rpm

    Maximum engine speed

    7,500 rpm

    Power output

    145 PS per litre

    Valve train

    24 valve, Dual-VTC, chain-driven camshafts

    Cylinder block and head material

    Aluminium alloy

    Piston construction

    Cast aluminium with integrated cooling channel

    Crankshaft construction

    Forged steel

    Connecting rod construction

    Forged steel

    Cylinder bore lining

    Plasma transferred wire arc thermal spray

    Cylinder bank angle

    75 degrees

    Exhaust system layout

    Dual catalytic converter, dual path per bank

    Turbocharger type

    Single scroll

    Maximum boost pressure

    105 kPa (1.05 bar)

    Wastegate control

    Electrical

    Turbine construction

    Inconel

    Lubrication

    Dry sump system with six-rotor scavenge pump

    Fuel Injection

    Direct and port injection systems
    Direct Drive Motor

    Type

    Water-cooled motor / generator

    Layout

    Direct drive motor attached directly to crankshaft

    Power

    48 PS at 3,000 rpm

    Torque

    147 Nm between 500 and 2,000 rpm
    Twin Motor Unit (TMU)

    Type

    Water-cooled motor / generator

    Layout

    Independent twin motors in a single package with a planetary gear set, one-way clutch and brake

    Power

    37 PS + 37 PS at 4,000 rpm

    Torque

    73 Nm + 73 Nm between 0 and 2,000 rpm
    Transmission

    Nine-speed dual clutch transmission (9DCT)

    Automatically or manually operated – speeds

    9
    Gear ratios

    Nine-speed with limited slip differential (LSD)

    1st

    3.838

    2nd

    2.433

    3rd

    1.777

    4th

    1.427

    5th

    1.211

    6th

    1.038

    7th

    0.880

    8th

    0.747

    9th

    0.633

    Reverse

    2.394

    Rear axle ratio

    3.583

    Limited slip differential

    Torque bias ratio: drive 2.0, coast 2.6, 30 Nm preload
    Body and chassis

    Chassis

    Aluminium-intensive, multi-material

    Body / frame construction

    Multi-material space frame with cast aluminium nodes, and a mix of light aluminium and low-density SMC outer panels

    Ablation cast aluminium nodes

    Six complex high performance aluminium castings for crush zones: four front, two rear

    A-pillar structure

    3-D ‘Bent and Quenched’ ultra-high-strength steel (1500 Mpa)

    Front floor panel

    Carbon fibre
    Suspension and damping

    Front suspension

    Double-wishbone, double joint lower control arm, aluminium construction

    Front dampers

    Active Gen. III magnetorheological coilovers

    Front anti-roll bar

    Hollow steel, 26.4 mm diameter x 3.3 mm wall thickness

    Rear suspension

    Multi-link, aluminium construction

    Rear dampers

    Active Gen. III magnetorheological coilovers

    Rear anti-roll bar

    Hollow steel, 24.9 mm diameter x 3 mm wall thickness
    Steering

    Type

    Variable ratio rack & pinion; dual-pinion EPS

    Steering wheel turns (lock-to-lock)

    1.91

    Steering ratio

    Variable progressive; range: 12.9:1 (on centre) to 11.07:1

    Turning diameter (kerb-to-kerb)

    12.1 metres
    Brakes

    Front calipers

    Brembo six-piston aluminium mono block

    Front brake disc type

    Standard: two-piece floating iron disks with aluminium centre
    Option: two-piece floating carbon ceramic disks with aluminium centre

    Front brake disc size

    Iron: 368 mm diameter x 33 mm thickness
    Carbon ceramic: 381 mm diameter x 33 mm thickness

    Rear brake calipers

    Brembo four-piston aluminium mono block

    Rear brake disc type

    Standard: two-piece floating iron disks with aluminium centre
    Option: two-piece floating carbon ceramic disks with aluminium centre

    Rear brake disc size

    361 mm diameter X 33 mm thickness (both iron and carbon ceramic)
    Wheels and tyres

    Front wheels

    19 x 8J forged aluminium

    Front tyres

    245 / 35 ZR 19 93Y

    Rear wheels

    20 x 11J forged aluminium

    Rear tyres

    305 / 30 ZR 20 103Y

    Type

    Continental ContiSportContact5 SP
    Dimensions (mm)

    Exterior

    (mm)

    Overall length

    4,487

    Overall width

    1,939

    Overall width

    2,217

    Overall height

    1,204

    Wheelbase

    2,630

    Track front

    1,659

    Track rear

    1,620

    Ground clearance

    104 (unladen)

    Approach / departure angles

    9.2° / 12.9°

    Interior

    (mm)

    Seating capacity

    2

    Headroom

    973

    Legroom

    1,087

    Shoulder room

    1,463

    Hip room

    1,384
    Capacity (litres)

    Fuel tank

    59

    Luggage

    110
    Weights (kg)

    Kerb weight

    1,847 - 1,861

    Weight distribution (front / rear without options)

    42% / 58%
    Performance

    Maximum speed (km/h)

    Approx. 191 mph / 308 km/h
    Fuel economy and emissions

    Urban cycle (l/100km)

    10.3

    Extra urban cycle (l/100km)

    9.9

    Combined cycle (l/100/km)

    10.0

    Combined CO2 (g/km)

    228

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    Reading all that you can understand how it can cost so much to develop such a car!
     
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