Honda World Premieres NSX Concept at 2013 NAIAS

January 18, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

Honda is not just focused about how they are going to design the exteriors of the vehicle but also how they are going to design the interiors for the supercars that are going to come up in the future. At the 2013 North American International Auto Show Honda has decided to showcase the Next Evolution in interior design that will be in the NSX Concept. Honda claims that the overall design in NSX Concept will remain almost true to the interior design that has been provided in the concept version.

Honda claims that it is important for the drivers to get the best comfort and view that will make the driving experience better. The Next Evolution will have outstanding visibility, better driving position, and Simple Sports Interface that will offer a brand new experience to the driver. Honda claims that the Next Evolution interior design is an example of better synergy between man and machine. The company believes that clutter free design is something that most of the companies are aiming for when they think about supercars that need better visibility and better options that can be used by drivers to enjoy driving at higher speeds.

Honda also said that since they are going to deliver this interior in the supercars it will combine some of the top features with their advanced environmental features. The NSX Concept will have the mid-mounted direct injected V6 engine which will offer superior supercar performance and comfort options. The new NSX Concept will be manufactured at their new production facility in Ohio.


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