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The new NSX GT3 Evo

Honda Motor Company is pleased to announce that an enhanced NSX GT3, designated the NSX GT3 Evo, will compete on racetracks throughout the world in 2019.

Based on the ultra-popular NSX production model, the latest evolution of the multiple race-winning NSX GT3 features a number of important revisions aimed at delivering improved performance and reliability to customer racing teams around the globe.

Masashi Yamamoto, general manager, Honda Motorsports, says:

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We feel it at the start of every project, no matter what the car. But with the NSX it was special - deeper somehow. You'll know it when you feel it. And when you do, you'll understand why this car means more to us than anything we've ever created before.

The making of a supercar

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On 9 January 2012 Acura (a division of Honda operating in the US and Canada) announced at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit that an all-new NSX supercar will be manufactured in Ohio. In addition, the new sports car will be developed in the U.S., including the Ohio Center of Honda R&D Americas, Inc. (HRA).

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The restructuring of Honda's new model programme that led to the death of the new Honda NSX is much more extensive than previously thought. Honda is completely dismantling its plans for the next two years as it attempts to deal with the decline in new car sales across the world.

Among the casualties of Honda's rethink are a range of rear-wheel-drive cars to be sold under the Acura brand, a proposed V8 engine, a successor to the Honda S2000 and a convertible based on the forthcoming Honda CR-Z coupé.

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Honda has cancelled the new NSX as part of a radical restructuring of its car making business. The V10-engined supercar, which was a direct challenge to Ferrari and Porsche, would have been the most powerful production car that the company had ever produced.

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Honda has given a glimpse of its plans for the replacement Acura NSX, at the 2007 North American International Auto Show at Detroit, with their Advanced Sports Car Concept. The dynamically styled concept provides a preview of the design direction for the successor to the Acura NSX.

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