Honda did the right thing and revived the NSX in the form of a hybrid AWD mid-engined supercar with no less than three electric motors but is this enough to challenge established supercar players like McLaren?
On paper there’s no denying that the new Honda NSX has all it takes to impress, packing 573hp combined from all of its power sources, a nine-speed dual-clutch automatic and real torque vectoring.
The McLaren 570S on the other hand has already proven that nothing on it feels ‘entry-level’, with the company showcasing their ability to engineer one more hugely exciting supercar, this time though for a price than can finally be described as sensible.
And don’t let McLaren’s description of the 570S as a sportscar fool you; this is a proper supercar, complete with a carbon tub and these gorgeous butterfly doors. Can the Honda NSX’s advanced powertrain tech give it the edge though? Autocar is comparing the two supercars in their latest video, linked below.