We have been waiting for what seems to be forever for the 2017 Acura NSX to come back onto the market and now that wait is finally over.

The Nazcas from Peru created some geoglyphs, to you and me these are huge line drawings that you can only see from above them. We don’t know how they did them or why and it has been a big mystery and became a World Heritage Site. So what does this have to do with the 2017 Acura NSX you might ask?

Well Honda chose to recreate the same feat and this time around they used the new 2017 Acura NSX to do it. They set up GPS coordinates that were precise and then sent them to the driver of the vehicle so that he retraced them on the El Mirage salt flats in California.

The tracks were then visible from above and they were ten times the size of the original and covered 1,000 yards. Of course the idea wasn’t just to make pretty patterns in the dirt, this time around it was to show off just how tight the turn of the all-wheel drive system in the Acura NSX really is.

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