Honda's NSX sports car may be dream wheels for every Honda employee. But actually owning one doesn't come easy -- even for Honda Motor CEO Takahiro Hachigo.
At the NSX's Japan debut Aug. 25, the boss said he has aspired to drive one ever since the first generation landed in 1990. But he also conceded there were several "hurdles" to actually climbing behind the wheel of his own personal NSX.
A steep sticker -- starting at ¥23.7 million ($235, 880) in Japan -- is one obstacle, for the average buyer at least. But Hachigo cited more rudimentary roadblocks: parking and time.