Honda’s shiny supercar comes at a hefty price
The NSX is a phenomenal supercar in many regards, but would you really pay €325,000 for it?
Honda’s NSX remains one of the most usable supercars in the world. It‘s a tough balancing act that the original version arguably pulled off first when it appeared back in 1989. This second-generation car aims to continue that fine tradition, only suitably upscaled for 21st-century tastes and given hybrid power to satisfy the green brigade.
Honda has refreshed its flagship vehicle for the 2020 model year, with a different front end and...
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