- 1:64 Honda NSX Takata Painting Normal Edition Classic Modified Model Vehicle Alloy Model
Japan’s national treasure class supercar-Honda NSX is a sports car manufactured by Japanese car manufacturer Honda from 1990 to 2005. It is the first supercar to be built with F1 design concepts, earlier than Ferrari F50 and McLaren F1 Some.
The design of NSX began in 1984. The prototype was commissioned by Honda to design the famous Italian automobile design company Pininfarina. Honda's interpretation of the meaning of the three letters "NSX" is New Sports Experience. In 1990, with the momentum of five consecutive championships in F1 in the 1980s, Honda mass-produced F1 car-making concepts and technologies for the first time, bringing a masterpiece of the Honda spirit-the NSX super sports car. It is Japan's first super sports car, and the world's first vehicle to use all-aluminum monocoque cross-fabrication technology. At the same time, it pioneered the application of F1 racing technology such as titanium alloy engine crankshaft. The first-generation NSX ran 8 minutes 16 seconds 01 in New North, and completely exploded Ferrari 328 and Ferrari 348. In 1992, Honda also launched the NSX Type R version. The body was lighter than the NSX, and the power remained unchanged. It ran 8 minutes, 03 seconds and 9 minutes in New North. It wasn't until the Ferrari 360, which was launched in 1999, six years later, that it ran out of 8 minutes and 09 seconds with a 294kW (400PS) power system to save some face.
Product Name: 1:64 Honda NSX Takata Painting Normal Edition
Product ratio: 1/64
Product weight: 1kg
Product material: zinc alloy/ABS engineering plastics
Product packaging: translucent packaging (with display cover)
Model size: about 7cm in length; about 3cm in width; about 2cm in height
Product function: alloy body/body enclosed/fine workmanship/collection and play
*Note: This model is a static model, not a toy car, not suitable for children under 14 years old