Honda's R&D and manufacturing facilities in Ohio chosen to build the innovative flagship vehicle.

The surprise reveal of the 2012 Detroit Auto Show was the unveiling of the next generation Acura NSX supercar. The previous model which ceased production in 2005 was notable for the car's light weight and focus on integrated technology. The next iteration will follow in the same path with attention to two new areas. First, the car will be more environmentally considerate by using a high efficiency V6 engine. This means that the engineers at Acura will really have to work to keep the car light in order for the driving performance to be spirited.

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