Honda, Acura Announce Auto Show Reveals


The 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit is less than a month away, and the planned reveals are starting to trickle out. Acura just announced it will unveil the production version of its NSX super car and Honda will show off a new fuel-cell concept, the FCV.

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Although Acura only released veiled teaser images, the NSX should look somewhat familiar. The concept version debuted in Detroit in 2012 and then showed up again at the 2013 show. Acura says the one at the 2015 show is the real deal. The production version of the mid-engine supercar will use a three-motor, twin-turbocharged Sport Hybrid power unit and go on sale in 2015. It will meet the press on Jan. 12. Comedian Jerry Seinfeld should be happy.


Honda is no stranger to fuel-cell concepts; its Fuel-Cell Electric Vehicle concept debuted at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, and the similarly styled FCV concept will make the rounds in Detroit this year. Honda says the new concept is a preview of the next generation of its production fuel-cell car, the FCX Clarity. The new car will include seating for up to five people and provide more interior space and an anticipated driving range in excess of 300 miles, Honda reports. The automaker expects the production version to launch in Japan in 2016; U.S. availability should follow.   

In pickup truck news, Nissan will also be making headlines with the introduction of a new Titan on Jan. 12. Check back with us for more 2015 Detroit auto show news. 

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