Honda's environmental focus
- Green initiatives take priority
- New Honda NSX supercar axed as a result
- Original NSX was developed by F1 champion Ayrton Senna
- Honda OSM concept for British show
- First drive: Honda Accord 2.4 i-VTEC
- Revealed: New Honda Jazz
- Honda Jazz hybrid on the way
- Honda Civic Hybrid updates
- Honda and Toyota's reputation greenest
- Honda cuts production
- Used cars: Honda Jazz
- Honda Accord diesel gets auto gearbox
- Honda Insight's fuel economy wizard
- Honda to shut plant for two months
- First drive: Honda Civic Type S 1.4 SE
- Production Honda Insight pictured
- Honda pulls out of Formula 1
Honda boss Takeo Fukui has announced the company will focus future developments on environmental initiatives – and the NSX supercar will be the first casualty of the new strategy.
Fukui said Honda must focus all its resources on hybrid technology, saying it was 'the most realistic path for CO2 reduction at this moment'.
He also announced that further development work on the Ferrari and Porsche-rivalling NSX would stop with immediate effect.
The V10-engined supercar would have been the most powerful production car that Honda had ever produced, and was due to go on sale in 2010.
The original NSX became a supercar icon after being developed by triple Formula One world champion Ayrton Senna.
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