Honda Performance Development (HPD) has revealed an enhanced version of Acura NSX GT3—designated as NSX GT3 Evo22, which is all set to compete on racetracks around the world starting in 2022. The new race car is homologated through 2024.
Improvements include upgraded engine intercoolers to ensure consistency in engine performance in a wide range of conditions; revised suspension geometry and spring rates; increased fluid tank sizes for endurance racing; wheel system revisions for faster tire changes; and a new, FIA-mandated rain light. And apparently, there’ll be variant options for the air conditioning system and headlights.
As with the current NSX GT3 Evo, the chassis originates at the Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio. The final assembly is done by JAS Motorsport in Milan, Italy, which will continue to provide parts and technical support in Europe.
In the four full seasons since its North American debut in 2017, the Acura NSX GT3 has recorded 25 class wins in IMSA GTD and SRO GT competition, and is the defending IMSA GTD and SRO GT Manufacturers’ Champion.