With the 2017 SEMA Show is just around the corner, tuners and automakers are excited to announce their presence with a handful of impressive and stunning creations.
Among these is none other than ScienceOfSpeed, and this time around, they will be displaying the Acura NSX Dream Project in Las Vegas. This dream project features the small power boost together with the visual enhancements that can be seen both inside and outside the cabin.
The powertrain of the supercar this time around is a combination of 507lb-ft of torque and 610hp, or 31lb-ft and 37hp more compared to the stock models. These extra muscles are made possible by the liquid injected intercooling as well as the stainless steel exhaust system that removes 16 pounds from its total weight.
A custom suspension lowering kit joins these together, thus bringing it more than an inch closer to the road. There are also patented sensors which automatically raise the front axle by 2 inches once obstacles have been detected.
Acura NSX Dream Project, on its visual front, features a new aero kit, which is highlighted by a wider carbon fiber ducted rocker panels, rear wing, aggressive front strakes, and big rear diffuser that are said to enhance downforce while retaining the factory design elements. Japanese sports machine sits on 21”x12” rear and 20”x9” front wheels, which spin around carbon ceramic brakes crafted by Brembo with gold flake finish.
In terms of its cabin, it comes with customized Recaro Pole Position racing seats, gaugeART OLED multifunction display, blue fabric with a hexagonal pattern, and black leather that features blue stitching.
Acura NSX Dream Project will be joined at the SEMA Show booth of Acura by the race cars of the brand, which include the latest ARX-05 Daytona Prototype, 2 TLX sedans, and NSX.