Honda Hopes For F1 Return, Lexus LFA Prototype Spied, Acura Kills ZDX: Car News Headlines

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2011 Acura ZDX

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Honda's head of R&D Yoshiharu Yamamoto said he hopes Honda can one day return to Formula One racing. While going back isn't something that will happen soon, this gives racing fans hope Honda will once again be involved in some capacity with the sport. Whether the automaker would simply return by supplying engines to teams or go all out and campaign a car is anyone's guess.

Acura announced it is giving the ZDX a mild update for 2013 before the model is discontinued. The announcement of the ZDX's demise is a shock to no one as the crossover's sales have been abysmal.

Lexus may be winding down the LFA as it nears the model's completion, but we keep spying prototypes sporting some wild aerodynamic tweaks and paint schemes. This leaves us wondering if the automaker is planning a final edition or is possibly going after a faster 'Ring lap time before the model is discontinued.

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