Now this is cool… In the video above Wired magazine takes us inside the factory where Acura crafts the positively stunning NSX supercar.

Honda’s first iteration of the NSX which released back in 1990, was the Japanese giants way of proving it could build a no-compromise super car but this; with a nearly indestructible frame made almost entirely out of carbon fiber, and a powerful hand-built 3.5-liter V6 twin turbo engine, this is Honda’s answer to Nissan’s GT-R.

At the company’s new NSX assembly line in Marysville, Ohio, the goal is absolute perfection. The 200,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility pumps out an impressive eight samples of the hybridized supercar a-day.

Check out how it’s made from start to finish above.