The new Honda/Acura NSX is one of the most highly anticipated cars to be launched next year. The car has been kind of overhyped, and rightly so, which is why it is very hard waiting for Honda to finally release it.
To help us get a grip and stay cool while we are waiting for this incredibly important car to hit the road, every once in a while designers come up with a virtually modified version of the car, keeping us amused while exploring personalization possibilities of the new Japanese super car.
Here we have a virtually tuned Acura NSX by the extremely talented independent designer Jon Sibal. What he’s done is take a standard production NSX, which some say looks a bit boring, and add to it some bits and bobs so that it doesn’t anymore. The revised front-end of Sibal’s NSX feature a carbon fiber splitter complete with canards and diffuser, complemented with a pair of aerodynamic side skirts.
Around the back, we notice a rather handsome spoiler has been added to the Acura NSX. It wouldn’t be necessary though, as the standard form of the car is aerodynamic enough to generate the required downforce. One would imagine there is also a sizable diffuser hanging off the back of the car.
Rendering by Jon SibalVirtual Tuning: Acura NSX by Jon Sibal,