The new future car 2016 Acura NSX spotted testing yesterday on the Nuburgring has caught on fire during the session. The occupants in the car have reportedly escaped virtually unharmed but this inferno just means that Acura has officially entered the supercar territory. The well known exotics like Ferrari and Lamborghini have caught on fire before, so catching on fire has become somewhat of a cult requirement before a company can join the supercars category.
With a touch of irony, this NSX is the exact same car photographers caught only yesterday has been reduced to a mass of charred metal remains. You shouldn’t be worrying about it too much though, as car manufacturers really test their new vehicles to their ultimate limit before they fix all of the issues accordingly.
Based on these new spy shot photos, it looks like the future car Acura NSX is back. While it will still bear the Honda name in most countries, the new NSX has tons of different colors, badging, and grilles for a more fierce and aggressive look. The shape of the new NSX is visibly evolving with extra sculpting given for the doors and a really nice side intake. This NSX will also get a really nice LED treatment, just like many Acura models are equipped with a higher end lighting system.
What’s a mystery is the car’s hood vents because it’s so carefully covered under all of that camo wrap but it should be pretty impressive. The price tag on this new NSX is sure to be over six-figures, giving it some credibility when it asserts its status as a luxury brand. The NSX will have a dual-clutch automatic transmission with a hybrid powertrain V-6 engine.
Fans of the Chevy Camaro have something to look forward to in the 2016 model, as these spy shots show some pretty impressive hood vents and epic quad exhaust tips that make it a pretty crazy high performance vehicle. The 6th generation Camaro launches in 2015 so buyers don’t have to wait too long for some pretty aggressive models to make their way into the dealership. The styling is still a mystery underneath all of that camo wrap, but buyers can expect shorter overhangs. The V8 and V6 engines will still be under the hood, but General Motors may also have a V6 and 14 for the new 6th generation. Stay tuned, Camaro fans!
The spy shot of the newest BMW future car to have the M badge is this sleek little M2, which is a packed fireball with huge M wheels and cross-drilled brakes with signature blue M calipers. It’s very muscular, as one would expect from an M and doesn’t disappoint. It should have a flared front fender, albeit slightly conventional with M fender vent. It will look aggressive, yet still carry the BMW elegance. The M2 will have a compact rear wheel drive platform and plenty of aluminum in the body panels. Expect a convertible version of the M2 as well, giving consumers plenty of options for purchase. You should expect the M2 in early/mid 2016 as a 2017 model with a starting price of around $55,000. The M2 should be powered by BMW’s twin-turbo S55 3.0-liter inline-six with 400 horsepower and shared transmission choices with the M3/M4. The M2 expected to be a big hit among BMW’s younger consumers and help revive its fan base.