The latest version of this next generation supercar showed up at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
March 18, 2013 (Newswire.com) - There are few things that get auto dealers excited the way an auto show does, and it is with that in mind that Ed Napleton Honda is proud to announce that the next generation Honda NSX Concept was unleashed upon the world at this year's Geneva Motor Show.
Serving as a showcase for the design and style of the upcoming NSX, the concept vehicle may also point to the interior design of the final production model as well. The vehicle's incredible visibility, powerful driving position, and intuitive driving interface that lets them focus on the driving, fusing man and machine as best engineers can.
Combining a sports car and a supercar by offering drivers advanced performance and dynamic capabilities, a mid-mounted V6 paired with all-wheel drive borrowed from the Earth Dreams series. This new NSX is set to be manufactured at a brand new production plant in Ohio.
The NSX was far from the only announcement from Honda at the Geneva show, however. Beyond that, they debuted their 1.6L i-DTEC CR-V diesel engine, built for light weight and high performance out of aluminum.
The CR-V will also have a "Black Edition" available this autumn, with Crystal Black paint on the vehicle's bodywork, wheels, front grille, and more. Alloy wheels are available in 18-inch Taurus or 19-inch Orion designs.
While the CR-V has the "Black Edition," Honda's popular Civic receives the Aero pack, which is built to give the Civic a more aggressive front end and a dynamic and stylish rear diffuser. A carbon-inspired design and Gun Powder Black windows are just a few of the bonuses that come on the Civic Aero.
Although it will be some time before these vehicles are on the streets, area drivers know that they can trust Ed Napleton Honda for all of the latest news and updates; to check on the availability of options like the Civic Aero pack and CR-V Black Edition, contact the dealership. Their sales team can be found at 4780 North Service Road in St. Peters, Missouri six days a week.