|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|11-18-2015 08:39 AM|
|FastAndFurious||We most likely won't see a safety test report until a few months after the NSX has gone on sale.|
|11-18-2015 12:50 AM|
|Mandrillano||I did have the same thought relating that floor. That's a lot of metal. As lengthy as it's still delivering with adequate security. Would like to see how this body system deals in the protection & proper assessments.|
|10-30-2015 11:05 AM|
Floor panel sits on top of the floor of the frame
|10-30-2015 08:38 AM|
|FastAndFurious||I thought the floor would be part of the frame. Guess not.|
|10-29-2015 11:26 AM|
Originally Posted by FastAndFurious View Post
Showing the floor panel here would be completely irrelevant.
|10-29-2015 08:50 AM|
|FastAndFurious||Thought I read somewhere that they used carbon fiber for the floor but I guess that was false. Still would like to see it in crash test videos. Get a visual on how it crumples.|
|10-28-2015 01:14 PM|
|St.Who||I"m surprised there is no carbon fiber at all listed here though. I knew that they used less of it to cut on costs, but I thought more than I'm seeing here.|
|10-28-2015 11:25 AM|
It's going to be safe, Honda/Acura creates some of the safest products in the classes it competes in.
We have yet to see crash test videos, those should come soon.
|10-28-2015 08:30 AM|
|FastAndFurious||That's a lot of aluminum. As long as it's still providing you with sufficient protection. Would like to see how this body fares in the safety battering tests.|
|10-27-2015 09:59 AM|
How NSX Space Frame materials were used
After hearing from Acura and publications about how beneficial the space frame is to the NSX, here we finally get to see exactly how the various materials were used: