Honda NSX presented as a family super crossoverNovember 1, 2020
The artists presented what a hybrid supercar Honda NSX could be if the Japanese company decided to make it in the body of a crossover.
The Honda NSX represents one of the most exciting hybrid sports cars on the planet and is the technology flagship for the Honda and Acura brands. The NSX supercar is a special model for the Japanese automaker and is used as a marketing tool to sell the rest of the company’s vehicles. But what if the NSX was a crossover.
It may sound like blasphemy, but this render gives us a look at the NSX crossover – exactly what Honda needs to do to further popularize the NSX.
Sure, a mid-engined supercar is great, but in today’s frantic SUV market, the crossover version of the NSX is bound to be a huge hit.
It’s no secret that automakers are ditching unpopular body styles such as coupes in favor of more practical cars, so it’s logical to assume this trend will affect the supercar world. In a world where Lamborghini, Porsche, Bentley, BMW, Mercedes, Audi, and soon Ferrari offer high-performance crossovers, the emergence of the Honda NSX crossover doesn’t seem all that strange.
The Honda NSX crossover will likely have to ditch the mid-engined configuration and move to a more traditional and comfortable front-engined layout. The NSX crossover also has more battery room, which improves range in all-electric mode.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Honda NSX showed zero sales this year. The hybrid sports car has never been able to find a buyer in Australia. For this reason, the Japanese automaker decided to remove the model from this regional market.
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