The New Honda NSX Can Make Tea Because It's Very Hot (Video)
Oct 07, 2013 10:26
Honda figured you can use its new sports car, the 2015 NSX, to make tea. The NSX Concept-GT is not only loud, it also throws off a lot of energy. So much that it can boil over 20 kettles of tea.
Remember when a Euro-market Honda Accord being turned into nothing but a giant Rube Goldberg machine:
Similar sort of ad for sure. And one that will be remembered for a while now. The NSX Concept GT has a turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces about 500 horsepower and another 50 thrown in for the hybrid system.
And in case you think this is all fake, check out the concept car demolishing the track:
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