Take a look at this amazing concept Honda SSM 1995April 24, 2019
Specialists from the Italian design studio Pininfarina worked on the exterior and interior of the predecessor of the sports model S2000. Under the hood, this car had an in-line 5-cylinder engine and an automatic transmission. The concept debuted in 1995 at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Here are the specifications of the Japanese concept sports car. 2.0-liter inline five-cylinder engine, rear-wheel drive, five-speed automatic transmission NSX, weight distribution 50:50, maximum speed of 250 km / h.
Since the S2000 Roadster is one of the most popular Honda sports cars on the market, we decided that closer attention to its predecessor would be worthy of your time.
Honda has repeatedly launched the idea to revive the S2000, an open-top sports car that was sold between 1999 and 2009, during which time two generations of the model were introduced.
The guys from the Italian studio Pininfarina were partly responsible for the somewhat quirky style of the 2-seater car – I’d especially note the low-set headlights and the long hood. While the S2000 was designed with both a fabric roof and a hardtop, the show car will not receive a roof.
The interior has a clear separation between the driver and passenger seats, as well as a circular dashboard with a digital dashboard located in the middle. Automatic lever with all the buttons and switches located on the left and right of the driver.
Not so long ago, a team of designer Honda presented the concept of a sports car, somewhat similar in its philosophy to the S2000 model. This concept is called Sports Vision Gran Turismo. She was introduced at the end of 2017 for a popular racing game.
Not so long ago, we wrote that enthusiasts have collected a full-size Honda Civic Type R from Lego.
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