Honda NSX prototype burns in Nurburgring

Posted on 30 July 2014 by Tony Santos

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Nurburgring Nordschleife, a prototype of Honda NSX has been driver for a lap test run when the car suddenly bursts into flames.

Witnesses started to see flames coming out from the rear of the car which have the driver forced to stop at Pflanzgarten in the report of worldcarfans.com. In just few moments, the prototype car was completely covered by flames and almost 60-percent of the car burnt-damaged.

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It maybe a faulty electrical wiring or something might have gone bad on its mid-mounted V6 engine.

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Under the hood of the 2015 Honda NSX is a mid-mounted V6 engine which will paddle up the rear wheels paired with two electric motors, boasting a unique driving system called the ‘Sport Hybrid Super Handling All Wheel Drive’ (SH-AWD). There will be also a third motor which is integrated into the dual-clutch transmission.

You can check out the video while the Honda NSX doing a lap around the famous race track before the sudden fire.

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