The return of a legend: Honda announces European pricing details for all-new NSX
- Order books set to open for Honda NSX in Europe with prices starting from approximately £130,000(UK) and €180,000 (Germany) *
- Europe confirmed as the lead export region for NSX
- Customers will be able to place an order for NSX from April with an authorised European NSX dealer
- European deliveries to commence during Autumn 2016
Following the clamour and excitement of its official launch in the US, Honda today announced further European launch details for the all-new Honda NSX.
Customer order books will open in April, with prices starting from approximately £130,000 (UK) and €180,000 (Germany). Interested customers can learn more by going to Honda’s website, where an NSX landing page will provide more information.
Honda has confirmed that Europe will be the leading export region for sales of NSX, and will be sold through a limited network of authorised dealers in key European locations.
Deliveries of the first NSX in Europe are to commence during Autumn 2016.
* Approximate pricing confirmed for UK and Germany. Pricing in other European markets will be confirmed closer to launch and will reflect local taxation
About the Honda NSX
Specifically created to bring a “New Sports eXperience” to the supercar segment, the NSX challenges prevailing beliefs about supercars as much as the first generation did a quarter of a century ago. The NSX features classic low and wide proportions married to modern and alluring surfacing, an aggressive front design, and rear lights.
At its heart is an all new longitudinally mounted twin-turbo V6 engine that is mated to an all-new, Honda developed 9-speed DCT with an electric motor that applies its torque directly to the crankshaft for higher output with immediate power delivery to the rear wheels.
The NSX will be manufactured exclusively at the Performance Manufacturing Centre (PMC) in Marysville, Ohio, where approximately 100 highly-skilled low-volume production specialists will conduct full body construction, paint, and final assembly.