"Well, what do you want the RDX to look like?" Well, I want it to look like an NSX," says Dave Marek. Sadly, reality derails that idea, but we can always dream! Marek enlightens us on Acura's design and racing at the AGPLB.
To be blunt, 15 minutes each is only enough just enough get our, umm, feet wet. Nevertheless, one can briefly delve into the Acura NSX, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, and the McLaren 570S and walk away with some clear impressions on design and drive.
Sato's mesmerizing accident occurs during the Indy car practice just inches away from me, and small shards slip past the wall and chain link fence, peppering plastic and other material down beyond the safety perimeter. He's lucky to be in one piece!
Kick the tires and look under the hood of these two, this is where we find the heart and soul of the latest Pixar picture - Cars 3. Jay Ward and Ray Evernham shine a light on what really creates a vivid animated classic.
Throughout its roughly four-year development, the fundamental "human-centered supercar" concept for the next-generation Acura NSX remained clear and consistent. However, the technologies and means by which the R&D team would realize their concept underwent a process of continual improvement and evolution.