To be fair, the LFA and "new NSX" center console are much more similar than either are to the Carrera GT. I actually found the Carrera GT to be quite uncomfortable to sit in, and while most of that was due to the seat, a contributing factor was the much lower center console relative to body position (this is easily visible from the picture you posted). The LFA and "new NSX" are much more similar with the higher center console and a gentler curvature.
Also, another big difference with the Carrera GT is that the space underneath the center console is actually just empty space - so there's just this big gaping hole underneath. Just seemed kinda tacky to me.
Civic lovers comes on a Lexus forum to tell us we give Lexus credit for stuff. You can't make this up. The NSX interior is LFA inspired period, not CGT, anyone that has sat in both knows the CGT and LFA interior are nothing alike. They have a hard time giving Lexus credit for anything.
The LFA interior is mind-blowing so it was smart to use it as a bench-mark. The NSX concept interior looks good in those pics.
I have to admit the side angle looks good to me and its growing on me.
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Cant wait to see this in person, for the lexus fan boys and the non fan boys, give credit where credit is due. The LFA clearly inspired ACURA and the interior of the new NSX, however the LFA definitely was not the first car to display that "style" of interior. The sloped center. The Bugatti Veyron also has a sloped center. And most clearly, the OLD NSX already had a sloped interior.
What are you talking about BNR?
25 is a huge demand........................................................ for vaporware so far
A rumor/unconfirmed price tag (mentioned on nsxprime) was set at $170k, so that number will drop back down
Not a peep yet about that factory in Ohio
$170k?............must be Japanese Yen. It will be $100k USD at best, looks like the drivetrain will be nothing exotic, just be the Hybrid SH-AWD from the RLX/TL turn up a tad. That would drop the cost considerably as those are high volume models.
So $100k USD MSRP and dealers will be selling below cost due to zero demand.