Is This The First Public Crash Of The 2017 Acura NSX?

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Taiwan is one of unluckier countries when it comes to the supercar allocation. ...

Taiwan is one of unluckier countries when it comes to the supercar allocation. Only nine Honda NSXs (outside of the US the car loses its Acura badge for the large chrome H) were slated to be delivered to the island nation.

Actually, make that eight. Well, according to Downshift, one of Taiwan’s NSXs has met its demise under slightly questionable conditions. Fortunately for Taiwanese owners, the car, which bears the chassis number 000, may not actually be the production model but instead the test car for journalists.

The poor mid-engine supercar was crashed while on the test drive in New Taipei City at the hands of what is sure to be the very humiliated journalist. While the damage doesn’t look too bad, and what hurts worse is knowing that this is likely one of a first crash of the new NSX.

Having that claim to fame is not the kind of title that any journalist wants on their resume. And nobody is sure if the tale is true, but as the story goes, 27-year-old Hu, alleged journalist driving at the time of a crash, was taking the 500-hp hybrid supercar for the test drive and just happened to have the windows down.

The bee flew into a cabin and then all hell broke loose. And we think.The panicked bee proceeded to sting Hu on the neck, and making him lose control of the car and plow its nose into a concrete barrier.

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