Here’s six minutes of Honda NSX goodness with no distractions, not even a whisper as this B-roll is without audio. But although we can’t hear the new NSX in action, it’s still worth watching as the supercar is filmed on the move from a great variety of angles. Nice roads and backdrop too, from the desert to the city.

The production new NSX was unveiled early this year at the Detroit show wearing Acura badges, and a Honda-badged car wowed the crowd at the recent Tokyo Motor Show, 10 years after the last original NSX rolled out of the factory.

Today’s car is powered by a Sport Hybrid Power Unit, led by a mid-mounted 3.5 litre DOHC twin-turbo V6 driving the rear wheels. Output figures are 500 hp at 7,500 rpm and 550 Nm of torque from 2,000-6,000 rpm. There’s also a rear Direct Drive Motor that offers 47 hp and 148 Nm, and a front-mounted Twin Motor Unit with 72 hp (36 hp at each wheel) and 146 Nm. Combined, the system offers 573 hp and 645 Nm.

Other highlights include a nine-speed dual-clutch gearbox, Honda’s Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel-Drive (SH-AWD) system, active magnetorheological dampers and a benchmark group that includes the Audi R8, Nissan GT-R, Ferrari 458 Italia and Porsche 911 Turbo.

Our in-house sports and supercar specialist Anthony Lim has had a go at the NSX, and you can read his test notes here. A chip off the old block? “An everyday sports car? By all suggestions, this is looking very much the case, like its predecessor,” he says.

GALLERY: Honda NSX at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show