We all know that the original NSX achieved its legendary status thanks to Honda's unprecedented all-aluminum body construction, high-revving 3.0L C30A (later enlarged to 3.2L C32B) VTEC V6 engine, and above all, Aryton Senna's involvement in its development.
Thus, it's only natural that the new NSX, which featured a 3.5L twin-turbo V6 with a hybrid system, stirred mixed reception from the world of enthusiasts. Despite all the technical differences, its 573hp output is nothing to scoff at as it's double that of the original.
Keiichi Tsuchiya, P.C.: Petrolicious
So the new NSX would just smoke the original, no? In the Gunsai Touge, Drift King Keiichi Tsuchiya, Max Orido, and Nob Nobuteru Taniguchi took them for a spin, and the results may not be what you'd expect.