The launch of Acura’s new NSX has been delayed, with Acura only stating that production will start in the spring of 2016 and that the hybrid supercar will now arrive as a 2017 model. The reasons for the delay were said to be several key changes made to the original design.
A prototype for Audi’s second-generation R8 Spyder has been spotted. The new convertible supercar will feature a folding soft-top roof just like its predecessor and should perform almost identically to its coupe sibling.
Another supercar we spied today is a new version of Ferrari’s F12 Berlinetta. Rumored to be called a Speciale or perhaps even a GTO, the new F12 variant will most likely be sold alongside the standard F12 in the same way that Ferrari sold the 458 Speciale alongside the 458 Italia.
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