With the R35 Nissan GT-R now old news (at least until it finally lobs in Australia next year), one of the more compelling elements of the rumour-mill and spy-photo circuit is Honda's upcoming NSX replacement.
As is expected with just about any highly-camouflaged test car, speculative illustrations have begun to surface. AutoExpress have a pair of such images, and if they're anywhere in the vicinity of accurate, we're in for one good looking supercar. I'd say it's not quite as flawless in its lines as the LF-A, but it's no dog either, as aggressive lines come together with a classy almost SLK-like respectability.
As we reported earlier, the next-gen Honda NSX is expected to be loaded up with a 410Kw 5.5 V10 heart pumping 570Nm worth of torques, combined with the now almost par for the course cylinder-deactivation technology which allows the car to switch off a number of cylinders in order to save on fuel consumption.