"We are looking at the convertible," said Principal Designer Jun Goto, "but we have a long way to go with it," before saying it was not yet decided even whether the roof would be a hard or a soft top.
It is however believed to be a proper roadster, and not a return to the rather unsatisfactory targa panels used on the original open NSX.
Read full details of the 2015 Honda NSX coupe here.
"The production car is larger in every direction than the concept but it looks almost exactly the same. At least 95 per cent of the exterior styling will be carried over to the production car."
Not so the interior. Unlike most concept cars whose interiors tend only to flatter to deceive often leading to disappointment when the real car is revealed, the cabin in the Honda NSX concept is actually rather more conservative than that planned for production.