Some onlookers viewing the NSX said: "If that was behind me I wouldn't bother but just pull over," said one person. "That's just not fair," commented another.
The NSX was one of the more unusual police patrol cars on display, designed to draw the crowd's attention. This enabled the police to drive their "safer driving" and "theft prevention" messages home.
Superintendent Lawrie Lewis commented: "Many thanks to Honda for the loan of the NSX. It was a real showstopper and a great asset to us in delivering our casualty and crime reduction messages. I don't think we could afford one on our regular fleet but if Honda could see their way to lending us one then I'm confident we would give it a loving home."