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Honda HSV-10 GT

By luanpa in | August 26, 2010 | (2) Comments

Honda racing program will be returning to the island nation’s top tier of motor sport when they debut their next generation super car, the Honda HSV-10 GT.

It is only fitting that the NSX’s successor, the Honda Sports Velocity turns its first wheel in competition at the at the Suzuka Circuit, being that it is the automaker’s own test track, making it an even more important initial run for the HSV because you know that all of the people that are going to decide the new sports vehicle’s fate will be in attendance.

The new Honda HSV-10 GT is powered by a low displacement 3.4 Liter V8 with a maximum output of over 500 HP. The high output engine is mated to a Ricardo sequential manual gearbox, the same unit used by Nissan and Toyota in their Super GT machines, ensuring that their drivers will be hard pressed to miss a shift. With a body that is somewhere between 21st century NSX and an ASL Garaiya from the Japanese Autobacs tuning shop, the future HSV-10 GT is guaranteed to carve out a place for itself in Japanese automotive culture.

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2 responses to "Honda HSV-10 GT"

  1. car racing says:

    motor honda memang selalu unggul dikelasnya

  2. unnen says:

    This will be the next super car built by Honda..