Media get a close look of the revealed NSX concept vehicle at a Honda F1 Grand Prix press conference on March 12, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia.
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In this car comparison, the 2016 Honda NSX vs Jaguar F-Type SVR avs Porsche 911 Turbo S will be pitted against each other. Three very different sports, but with something in common: they are real fun and mean machines. Checkout which sports car is the best buy.
2016 Honda NSX
As a car begins to be sold in the market, the brand is beginning to develop its successor. Not in the case of the Honda NSX. Honda has taken a quarter century to launch the second generation of its NSX and it didnt disappoint.
It is a technologically sophisticated supercar with hybrid system, a central V6 engine with 507 hp and 550 Nm, nine - speed automatic transmission with double clutch and an electric motor acts as starter, generator and supplier feeder extra power that can produce 35 hp and 157 Nm of torque.
There 's more. Add up two electric motors on the front axle, each with 73 Nm and 27 kW that move independently the front wheels, and recover braking energy. However, it is the hybrid drive that produces greater weight. Although the NSX use a combination of reinforced steel, aluminum and fiberglass construction, hybrid system can not avoid messing up the balance at 1,755 kilos.
Porsche 911 Turbo S
The Porsche 911 Turbo S aesthetically, hardly differs from a normal car. It is less spectacular than its rivals, but at the same time that is the recipe for success. It is a high performance supercar in a perfectly suitable look for everyday use, with an attractive but not flashy body, space vented for two adults and ample luggage behind and under the hood.
All this comfort comes with awesome suspensions and an acceleration of 2.7 seconds to go from 0 to 100 km / h, in just 9.4 seconds, with top speed going to 200 km / h according to Top Gear
At 1.6 tons, it is also the lightest of the three and has 750 Nm, transmitted to its four wheels. It has an active chassis that provides impressive grip that makes the car even docile to the limit and it culminates with active aerodynamics series, which literally sticks to the asphalt.
Jaguar F-Type SVR
The Jaguar F-Type SVR uses an active spoiler to boost the ground effect and simultaneously improve aerodynamic coefficient. Its top speed is not limited, so it can reach 322 km / h but it requires a lot of concentration. The jewel is under the hood, a V8 with 575 hp compressor that yields 700 Nm. And it prints a character, wilder than its two rivals.
It can go from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.6 seconds, the slowest of the three because of its heavy weight. Surprisingly, despite its weight, it provides a lot of fun in the curves. All-wheel drive is responsible for keeping the car in its path, and is much more accurate and diligent cornering that its brother rear - wheel drive, the F-Type R.
Which sports car will you choose? All three has been included to Best Driver's Car according to CarBuzz but only one of them deserves that crown of the best.
Watch how the three perform in a speed test battle of three of the best sports cars of today. Honda NSX vs Jaguar F-Type SVR vs Porsche 911 Turbo S. Place your bets before hitting play.