The first copy of Honda Acura NSX was sold for $ 1.2 million

The car with chassis number 001, the auction house Barrett-Jackson scored a cost of 1.2 million dollars (over a million euros) …CIAS2015_HondaAcura_029

The first Acura NSX, buy NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick, and the total amount of sales went to charity. This is not the first time Hendrik sedumcifrena amount set aside for the purchase of the first copy of certain sports car

He bought the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 in 2014, with a item number  one,for exactly one million dolars, while a year earlier he bought the first copy of the new Corvette Stigray,for who he paid 1.1 million greenbacks. Additionally, Hendrik in 2011, for the first prodused Camaro ZL1 set aside $ 250,000, and all these cars are paid at auctions, several times more than ordinary serial samples of these models.
Compared to the auction price, the new Honda Acura NSX in the United States cost between 156,000 and 205,700 dollars.
The new Acura NSX hybrid which has a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine produces 500 horsepower and 550Nm. A gasoline engine is assisted by three electric motors, and power is transferred to all four wheels by means of SH-AWD (Super Handling All-Wheel Drive) system and nine speed transmission with double clutch.

The front electric motors is producing 72 horsepower, while on the back is the third electric motor that produces 47 horsepower. The total combined strength of the drive system is 573 horsepower and maximum torque is 640 Nm
The manufacturer estimates that 1,725 ​​kg heavy car with a top speed of 307 mph, while acceleration from 0 to 96 mph, achieved in about 3 seconds.

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Surely all these performances do not leave anyone indifferent, so that’s way anyone should  be surprised that a rich and passionate collector as  undoubtedly is Rick Hendrick payed a real fortune for this amazing car to be part of his incredible collection.We sincerely congratulate and wish him the maximum enjoyment with his new toy.

 

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