Starting next year, Acura will launch the newest edition of the NSX GT3, dressed up with the Evo Package, which transforms it into one of the most gorgeous racing cars. And the photos below just confirm that.
The Evo is more than just a package. It makes the sports car hotter, more aerodynamic and exciting to be driven in the racing season next year. The level of customizations for this edition is really impressive and starts at the exterior and gradually makes its way under the hood.
The specification list of the 2019 NSX GT3 Evo was presented by Masashi Yamamoto, General Manager at Honda Motorsports, at Road Atlanta, last Friday.
Among the most important updates, Masashi declared that the new car is now coming with an estimated 25 percent increase in the racer`s engine life along with a suite of new mechanics that make it more powerful on the track.
Let`s hear what Masashi had to say during the presentation of the brand-new 2019 Acura NSX GT3 Evo:
“We are extremely pleased to present the specification of the 2019 NSX GT3 Evo today. While the car has already won in some of the world’s most prestigious GT3 series, we believe in constantly improving our products and providing the best possible equipment and support for our customers.
“Through the NSX GT3 Customer Racing Program, an international collaboration between a number of Honda’s technical partners, we have been able to combine expertise on a global level to define a set of upgrades for the latest version of the NSX GT3 that will benefit every one of our customer teams worldwide.”
Visually, the 2019 NSX GT3 Evo looks mind-blowing and extremely aggressive with new body program, which includes a new front splitter, rear diffuser and rear bumper. There are also subtle carbon fiber with red accents.
Under the hood, the racing car uses the same 3.5-liter V6 engine, now enhanced with new turbochargers which increases boost control throttle control or fuel economy. Other new modifications include ABS system, data-logging unit, six-speed sequential-shift racing gearbox, along with a suite of FIA-standard safety systems.