Honda NSX review

Category: Sports car

Section: Interior

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  • Honda NSX 2020 RHD front tracking
  • Honda NSX 2020 RHD rear tracking
  • Honda NSX 2020 RHD dashboard
  • Honda NSX 2020 RHD front seats
  • Honda NSX 2020 RHD infotainment
  • Honda NSX 2020 RHD front tracking wide
  • Honda NSX 2020 RHD right panning
  • Honda NSX 2020 RHD rear tracking wide
  • Honda NSX 2020 RHD boot open
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

Compared with the Audi R8 and McLaren 570S, you sit surprisingly high behind the wheel of the NSX, limiting knee and head room for taller drivers. There's plenty of height and reach adjustment to the steering wheel, though, so your feet will meet the pedals without the need to contort your legs at odd angles. While it takes some time to acclimatise to this relatively lofty driving position, its height means you can clearly see the front flanks of the car, so it’s easy enough to judge its size on tight roads. 

In fact, visibility is good in general. Sure, it’s not comparable to that of a family hatchback, but good-sized door mirrors make spotting traffic to the side easy, while a large rear window helps you to see what’s following behind. For reverse parking you will be thankful of the standard rear-view camera, although you’ll lament the lack of standard front or rear parking sensors.