It's not every day you get two amazing cars together like this.

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This is a 2005 NSX, 290 horsepower and one of the last imported to the US.

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The two share a lineage and a core concept: the everyday supercar.

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We got them both on the track at Thermal Springs, in California.

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The new car is immensely fast, far more so than the old car.

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But it's the old car that's just that much more engaging.

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Both are amazing weapons, though.

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And amazing cars.

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Consider yourself lucky if you get to drive either.

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And this is the new NSX, a 573-horsepower beast with impeccable engineering.

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