Honda is bringing the NSX back the Japanese market after 11 years, and will now be importing the car from the U.S.
The first generation NSX was developed and manufactured in Japan from 1990 to 2005, the new NSX will make its return after being redesigned and built in the U.S.
The NSX is currently sold in the U.S as an Acura model. Honda is now accepting orders in Japan, and it's expected to hit the European market by the end of 2016.
Each of the NSX will be hand-built by the assembly team at Honda's 206,000-square-foot Performance Manufacturing Center in the U.S. The automaker expects to sell 6,000 units worldwide in the next three years.
The new NSX will be powered by a hybrid drivetrain that connects three electric motors to a 3.5-litre, twin-turbo, V-6 engine combined to produce 573bhp, and can sprint from nought to 100km/h in three seconds.
The development of the car has been carried out by Honda's team in Japan and the U.S. Japanese engineers. The U.S. team took on most everything else, including overall design, production, and packaging the car for the markets it will be sold in.