Honda Motor Co., Ltd. introduced the HSV-010 GT, which will compete in the GT500 class of the 2010 Super GT Series (managed and run by GTA Co., Ltd.). Looks like the current protype Acura NSX is not good enough to compete with the Lexus LFA.
Could this be Honda next supercar to compete with the Lexus LFA or would the specs below be the next engine on the new Acura NSX? Hint, hint, hint…Stay tune for this showdown.
|Honda HSV-010 GT: Specifications and performance characteristics|
|Dimensions, weight||Length × Width × Height (m)||4.675 × 2.000 × (not disclosed)|
|Vehicle weight (kg)||1,100 or more|
|Configuration||Liquid-cooled, naturally aspirated, longitudinal V8|
|V angle (°)||90|
|Valve train||Gear-driven DOHC: 2 intake and 2 exhaust valves per cylinder|
|Bore × stroke (mm)||93.0 × 62.5|
|Compression ratio||(Not disclosed)|
|Maximum output (kW[PS])||370 (500) or more|
|Maximum torque(N·m[kg·m])||392 (40.0) or more|
|Throttle control system||Mechanical|
|Fuel supply system||Programmed fuel injection system (Honda PGM-FI)|
|Fuel||Lead-free premium gasoline|
|Powertrain, running system||Transmission mechanism||Constant mesh|
|Transmission shifting method||Steering paddle shifter|
|Steering system mechanism||Rack and pinion system with electric power steering (EPS)|
|Brake type and mechanism||Hydraulic ventilated disc system|
|Suspension system||Double wishbone|
Watch the video of the Honda HSV-010 GT on the test runs below. By the way, you might need some ear plugs 8-).