Discussion in 'Honda Industry News' started by webby, Jan 15, 2013.
I'm getting a boner!
looks plain inside 0_o
It is helpful not to have to remove a hand from the wheel to shift. Monster brakes are a good thing too.
No more little blue pills for you Mr.!
ooooooooooooooooooooooo...........lovely blue dash lights those are!
next diy mod... pauly transplants the crz interior into his 9th gen civic
Great vid thanks for posting I really loved it. Very much on the topic as well. The video does not touch on the price point and power diff between the two cars though. For the track yes a F1 inspired paddles shifter may be better in the right combo, for the road manual is still more enjoyable A proper comparison might have been the same 430 with or without paddles. And maybe the MT would be slower for some it would be more fun.
I bought the Si not because it was the fastest in the budget but because it was the most enticing and enjoyable in the budget.
Not all have to like MTs and it is not an absolute solution or maybe not the fastest on the track for me though MTs are the best
Companies want their supercar to have good results in a race track
This car is sex on wheels. I have been able to see it at Frankfurt Motorshow (the same as the video). I was speechless
I laugh cause on Facebook people honestly think it looks like a Audi R8. Apart from both being supercars I think they look totally different.
nsx looks much more angular. r8 tends to have a lot more rounded edges/softer look
Definitely digging the NSX more!
I want new wheels on it though
Eh, I would be able to live with that particular set.
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