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Honda NSX supercar shortlisted for What Car? Reader Award 2016

Hot on the heels of the Honda HR-V taking the 2015 What Car? Reader Award Crown, the NSX supercar is in the running to continue Honda’s triumph for a second year in a row being shortlisted for the 2016 Awards.

The shortlist for the 2016 Reader Awards features the most eagerly anticipated new models coming to the UK market in the next twelve months.

The new NSX has had an intensive three-year engineering programme to bring a “new sports experience” to the supercar sector. This rigorous engineering process means that the NSX features classic low and wide proportions, an aggressive front design and rear lights that pay homage to its predecessor.

Central to the NSX’S performance is an all-new mid-mounted, 75-degree, DOHC V6 engine with twin turbochargers connected to a specially-developed nine-speed DCT. This results in the NSX delivering 565bhp and rocketing from 0-62mph in under three seconds!

Philip Crossman, Managing Director at Honda (UK) commented: “It’s great to see that I’m not alone in looking forward to the launch of the NSX” and that he hoped they would “retain the Reader Award Title”.

The Reader Award is part of the 39th annual What Car? Car of the Year Awards and is solely voted by the public. Voting is now open and closes on Friday 27th November, with the Reader Award winner being announced at the What Car? awards ceremony on Wednesday 13th January 2016.

To view the shortlist and cast your vote please visit: www.wcreaderaward.com