|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|09-13-2016 12:32 PM|
|1fastAcura||dealership might be able to pull that information from the data box, with how complex the computer system is, it has have some of that information somewhere logged.|
|09-13-2016 09:34 AM|
|NightWing||I'm sure someone has a log of G force under wide open throttle acceleration ?|
|09-12-2016 04:11 PM|
either way it won't be that accurate of a way to gauge how smooth the NSX is, it will really come down to personal experience and from that comparing it to what has already been on the market for a while which some of us are familiar with. With them showing up at dealers more and more these days, that's where your better off going.
|09-12-2016 10:07 AM|
Can't really tell if she's squeezing it or not but it is amazing to see if it really did fly up and was held there by the force of acceleration.
|09-09-2016 10:31 AM|
|NightWing||I think that's because it was being squeezed between her at the bottom because when she went back she kind of hunched forward a little and her legs came closer in ?|
|09-09-2016 10:06 AM|
|FastAndFurious||Did anyone pay attention to the notebook in the bottom left of the screen at 4:50? It pulled up and stayed up during gear-shifting, that's how smooth the NSX is.|
|09-08-2016 09:01 AM|
|Shawn||Doesn't seem like any extra features though does it ?|
|09-07-2016 04:54 PM|
|1fastAcura||one problem I have with this is its most likely a model intended for members of the media, meaning special things done not found in regular production run models regular customers will be getting.|
|09-07-2016 02:25 PM|
EngineeringExplained - Casual NSX Drive
Here's a kind of awkward video of an instructor taking the guy from Engineering Explained out for a test drive with the NSX. I always found him an awkward fella, real smart though but it was just kind of funny lol. Nonetheless, it's not too long of a video, check it out !