The Acura NSX GT3 Evo22 is ready for tougher races in 2022


Honda Performance Development (HPD) uncovered an enhanced Acura NSX GT3, the NSX GT3 Evo22, set to compete on racetracks throughout the world starting in 2022.

The latest evolution of the multiple championship-winning NSX GT3 features a number of important revisions aimed at addressing team and driver needs. The race car also aims to provide more consistent performance across a wider range of conditions and drivers.

"We are extremely pleased to announce this latest development of the already highly successful NSX GT3," HPD Manager for Motorsports John Whiteman said. 

"While the NSX has won races and titles in some of the world's most prestigious GT3 series, we believe in constantly improving our products and providing the best possible equipment and support for our Acura Motorsports teams."

The new Evo22 edition will feature upgraded engine intercoolers to ensure consistency in engine performance in a wider range of conditions, revised spring rates and suspension geometry adjustments, increased fluid tank sizes for endurance racing, wheel system revisions for faster tire changes, and a new FIA-mandated rain light.

The race car is based on the second-generation NSX, which is powered by three e-motors and a mid-mounted twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6. The power sources generate 573hp and 645Nm of torque. 


Additionally, new variant options will be available for the air-conditioning system, and headlights. The NSX GT3 Evo22 remains available for new orders and is homologated through 2024.

As with the current NSX GT3 Evo, the chassis originates at the Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio. Final assembly is completed by JAS Motorsport in Milan, Italy, which will continue to provide parts and technical support in Europe.

HPD is the global technical authority for the NSX GT3 Evo 22. HPD also maintains parts and engineering support throughout North America, with its Acura Motorsports technical trailer present at all official IMSA and SRO events.

Photo from Acura

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