Always wanted an actual race car? This Acura ARX-05 could be yours for the right price. It’s a full IMSA-spec Daytona Prototype international race car built by Wayne Taylor Racing in December 2021 and raced in the 2022 Rolex 24 at Daytona. Featuring a slick black, silver, and blue #10 Konica Minolta livery on an ORECA-built carbon-fiber monocoque.
Coco Zarita wanted to give his 2023 Acura Integra a sleek makeover, so he visited tuning shop Autotuned in Monrovia, California. In addition to the power mods, he also got a custom wrap designed by artist Andreas Wennevold. To see this vehicle in person, you’ll need to stop by the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, which starts next week (Nov. 1-4).
The Acura ARX-06 prototype electric race car is not just a concept, as it’s set to race at the Rolex 24 at Daytona the weekend of January 26-29, 2023. Featuring Acura-specific bodywork and aerodynamics based on an innovative ORECA LMDh chassis that utilizes an electrified hybrid power unit including a twin-turbocharged 2.4 liter V6 internal combustion engine designed, developed and manufactured by Honda Performance Development [HPD].
Photo credit: Chris Cut via Car Scoops
Auto enthusiast Chris Cut is passionate about his Acura NSX, and to ensure that it could transport everything he needed on the road, a roof box as well as tent was installed. The next logical step was taking a salvage NSX and turning it into a camper trailer, right?
Photo credit: Sung Nak Lee
The Acura / Honda NSX origins trace all the way back to the HP-X (Honda Pininfarina eXperimental) concept from 1984. This vehicle was ahead of its time and a mid-engined 3.0 L V6 engined rear wheel drive sports car. Honda wanted to compete with the Ferrari supercars with V8 engines, while offering far more reliability and a lower price point. Eventually, the concept evolved into the NS-X, which stood for “New”, “Sportscar” “eXperimental” , although the production model was launched as the NSX. Sung Nak Lee has put an electrified autonomous twist on this supercar.