“The Future of Racing: Honda NSX Concept-GT (2013)”

Honda NSX Concept-GT (2013)

The Honda NSX Concept-GT is a mid-engined sports car that was unveiled at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon. It is a concept car that was designed to showcase the potential of Honda’s next-generation NSX supercar. The concept car was developed in collaboration with Honda’s racing partner, Mugen, and features a 3.5-liter V6 engine with a hybrid system. The car was designed to be a race car for the Super GT series, and was unveiled alongside the Honda CR-Z GT race car.


The Honda NSX Concept-GT features a sleek and aerodynamic design that is inspired by the original NSX. The car has a low and wide stance, with a long hood and a short rear deck. The car has a carbon fiber body, with a black and red paint scheme. The car also features a large rear wing, a front splitter, and a rear diffuser. The car has a set of 19-inch alloy wheels, and is equipped with a set of Brembo brakes.


The interior of the Honda NSX Concept-GT is designed to be both functional and luxurious. The car features a set of Recaro racing seats, with four-point harnesses. The car also features a digital instrument cluster, and a center console with a touchscreen display. The car is also equipped with a set of Mugen-branded gauges, and a Mugen-branded steering wheel.

Engine and Performance

The Honda NSX Concept-GT is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine, which is mated to a hybrid system. The engine produces a total of 573 horsepower and 476 lb-ft of torque. The car is equipped with a six-speed dual-clutch transmission, and is capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in just 3.5 seconds. The car has a top speed of 191 mph.


The Honda NSX Concept-GT is equipped with a number of safety features, including a set of airbags, ABS brakes, and a traction control system. The car also features a set of active safety systems, such as lane departure warning and blind spot monitoring.

Price and Availability

The Honda NSX Concept-GT is a concept car, and is not available for sale. The car was unveiled at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon, and is not expected to enter production.