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Honda/Acura NSX-R LM GT2 '95
Acura NSX-R LM GT2
Appears in Gran Turismo
Gran Turismo 2[1]
Manufacturer Honda (PAL Version)
Acura (NTSC Version)
Displacement 2977 cc
Drivetrain MR[2]
Max Power 549 BHP
Standing Quarter Mile 9.272 seconds[3]
Top Speed 203 miles per hour (327 km/h)[3]
Length 4485 mm
Width 1810 mm
Height 1095 mm
Weight 2,314 pounds (1,050 kg)
Power/Weight Ratio 1.91 kg (4.2 lb) per horsepower

The Acura NSX-R LM GT2 '95 (Honda NSX-R LM GT2 '95 in the PAL version of the game, as well as in real life) is a Le Mans racer which competed in, and won, the GT2 class of the 1995 Le Mans 24 Hours. The #84 car, driven by the all-Japanese team of Keiichi Tsuchiya, Akira Iida and Kunimitsu Takahashi, appears only in the PAL and NTSC versions of the original Gran Turismo. This car doesn't appear in the NTSC-J version of the game, as this car replaced the Honda NSX-R GT1 Turbo '95



This car can be purchased in the special section of the Honda/Acura dealership for 500,000 Credits. In the NTSC version, it comes with the Acura badge. In the PAL version, the car comes with the Honda badge. It is available in two color schemes, Red and Orange.


  • Originally this car was also planned to appear in Gran Turismo 2 as a race modified version of the Acura NSX '93, but in the final version of the game, the racing modifications can't be applied on that car. However, this car still remain in the game files, and can be obtained through hacking devices.



  1. As a hidden car, unobtainable through normal means.
  2. Mid-engined; Rear-Wheel Drive
  3. 3.0 3.1 GT Drivers' Guide