Honda uses NSX Concept-GT to boil water in latest commercial [video]

The Honda NSX Concept-GT recently made its track debut in the GT500 class in round 5 at Suzuka Circuit.

Based on the upcoming NSX supercar, the Concept-GT complies with the 2014 regulations on GT500 vehicles set by the Japan Automobile Federation.

Power comes from a mid-mounted 2.0 L inline direct-injection 4-cylinder turbo engine equipped with a racing hybrid system good for 500bhp.

In the latest commercial for the Concept-GT, Honda shows us how the energy from the car’s hybrid drive system can be used to boil water. Hit play to hear the amazing sound of the engine and how the water starts to boil…


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