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Acura reveals an electric-powered NSX Concept for this year's Pike's Peak Hill Climb

The company's supercar goes all-electric.
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Acura is giving enthusiasts a look into the future with what could very well be the next-generation NSX with the Acura EV Concept. The car builds on their previous Pike's Peak entry that featured a 4-motor Super Handling All-Wheel Drive powertrain, which was victorious in the race's Exhibition class. 

The updated powertrain touts four-wheel independent torque allocation and has three times the output as last year's entry. The car will be piloted by racing driver Tetsuya Yamano who will have an adequate supply of power on hand as he tackles the 156 corners that make up the legendary Pike's Peak Hill Climb.

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