Like the title says, Acura unveiled an NSX powered purely by the back wheels and which threw out the electric motors, batteries, and other hybrid gear. The bad news is, if you buy one, the only place you can drive it is in an FIA GT3 race.
The new NSX weighs 3,800 pounds, a far cry from the (at most) approximately 3,100 pounds of the last original models. Acura didn’t say how many they saved by stripping out all the AWD and hybrid drivetrain components, but its twin-turbo V6 alone makes 500 horsepower. Yes, the hybrid stuff only adds 73 horses, but it also provides the AWD capabilities with a computer-controlled electric motor driving each of the front wheels.