NSX fans rejoice! This is what Acura's latest supercar looks like in race form, and a street (Type R) version may be soon to follow. This model is RWD, and ditches the hybrid system in favor of a twin-turbo V6 engine, mated to a 6-speed sequential transmission, instead of the production car's 9-speed. Inside, you have a carbon fiber bucket seat, roll cage, and just the essential electronics to keep the weight down. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an inside look at Cheyenne Mountain, America's most secure fortress.
For those who aren't familiar with the Ruckus, also known as the Honda Zoomer NPS50, it's a scooter that differs from normal models, thanks to its rugged design, including fatter tires with deeper tread and a skeletal frame lacking an enclosed storage compartment. It features a compact, single point programmed fuel injection (PGMFI) system, consisting of a single fuel injector, a different fuel pump arrangement, and an oxygen sensor fitted just before the exhaust silencer. What you see above is a fully customized version. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Northlandz, one of the world's largest model train sets.
Unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show, the Acura Precision Concept takes design cues from its upcoming NSX, and possibly the Tesla Model S. On the exterior, you'll quickly notice its wide stance, slick diamond grille design, LED headlights, and large 22-inch wheels. A double-layer instrument panel, seats that appear to float, paddle-shifter sport steering wheel and a head-up display. Continue reading to view two additional videos. Click here for more images of the Precision Concept.
"The Great Depression" isn't normally associated with hot rods, or any cars in general, but that's exactly what this highly-customized 1930s five-window Ford Model A is called. It's been completely revamped and features side air intakes, a hood-mounted air scoop, a massive wing with rear diffuser and Honda S2000-sourced rear suspension. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
Honda's futuristic-looking Neowing offers the cornering feel and sporty ride of a large-sized motorcycle, while also having excellent stability during low speed maneuvers on rugged terrain. The vehicle's two wheels up front utilize a specially-designed linkage mechanism that allows riders to lean into corners like a regular motorcycle. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Honda may have sourced the body from the production HF2620 mower, but the 309-pound Mean Mower is anything but underneath. Featuring a custom suspension, with wheels taken from an ATV, it's powered by a VTR Firestorm 1,000cc engine that produces 106-horsepower, mated to a paddle-shifted six-speed transmission. The best part? It can go from 0-60mph in a mere 4-seconds, and has an estimated top speed of 130mph, making it the world's fastest. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
You've seen the concept images, now check out Honda's Project 2&4 in the wild. It's essentially an 893-pound, four-wheeled vehicle with a steering wheel and racing seat. Now why is it a motorcycle hybrid? This vehicle is powered by a Honda superbike 1L V4 four-stroke superbike engine that produces 212-horsepower @ 13,000RPM and 87 lb-ft of torque @ 10,500RPM, mated to a 6-speed dual-clutch transmission. "Honda says the Project 2&4 concept's body design and engine position are inspired by the Honda RA272 Formula 1 car from 1965. Despite the mid-mounted engine, the single occupant Project 2&4 features an offset 'floating driver's seat,' which combined with the open-cockpit design 'evokes the freedom of a bike' while 'placing the driver as close to the action as possible," according to Motor Trend. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a crazy cyborg drummer.
Huge MOTO's CBR Black is the ultimate bolt-on kit for Honda's CBR1000RR super-bike. No hacking, sawing, or welding required, just some basic tools, such as socket wrenches, wire cutters, screwdrivers, basic wiring skills, etc. The kit includes new levers with integrated LED turn signals, revamped subframe with a different tail section, and a dual-bulb vertically-stacked headlight - all mounting hardware and installation instructions are included. Continue reading for another vide oand more information.
If Honda combined the S2000, a CBR motorcycle and one of their F1 cars into one, it'd probably look something like the Project 2&4. According to a press release, the aim is to offer the "freedom of a motorcycle" with "the maneuverability of a car." A "floating seat" places the driver extremely close to the action, and there are no side panels, side windows and windshield to keep things race-like. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
We've featured the Honda Mean Mower before, but many haven't seen the Top Gear tests of this beast, and the clips above show just what this lawnmower can do around The Stig's track. It started out as a HF2620 Lawn Tractor, and was given a chromoly chassis, rugged ATV wheels, a custom suspension, and a 1000cc VTR Firestorm motorcycle engine rated at 109hp, paired with a 6-speed paddle-shifted transmission. It has a top speed of 130mph and can go from 0-60mph in less than 4-seconds. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one showing what a homeowner did when a drone flew over his property.