The world of virtual design concepts often comes up with some wacky ideas, but we have to admit Idries Noah's execution of the 2010 T2 Concept is attractive--and better yet, it gives us an idea of what to expect from a completely different car: the rumored-to-be-reborn Honda/Acura NSX.
How is it that a computer-rendered imaginary car can presage a possibly production-intent design from a major manufacturer? Because they're both thinking along the same lines. Noah's T2 Concept sports a 469-horsepower V-6 hybrid drivetrain, which lines up perfectly with the rumored specs of the redesigned NSX.
Also like Noah's concept, the next-gen NSX is expected to be mid-engined, though that's about where we expect the similarities to end. The T2 Concept is an aggressively designed, thoroughly impractical for production show piece. The NSX, on the other hand, is rumored to be based on a heavily re-worked Accord platform, and is likely to weigh considerably more than the design intent of the T2.
Idries Noah's T2 Concept