Have you heard of the Honda S2000? This vehicle was launched in April 1999 to celebrate the auto brand's 40 th anniversary. A sporty 2-door roadster, the S2000 has sold around 112,000 units during its decade-long life.
The original Honda S2000 featured a powerful 2.0-liter engine that produced 240 horsepower and had the ability to reach 9,000 rpm. It was known for its classic sports car proportions and its excellent handling. With the S2000 declining in popularity, however, it was time for a refresh. That's exactly what design student Michael Mcgee did when he designed a much bolder version of the iconic car. The design combines futuristic elements with the classic front-engined RWD shape.
Mcgee explains the idea behind the concept, stating, "My design is classic and advanced simultaneously. It uses simple surfacing but an innovative frame structure and function to balance a raw, classic sports car attitude with an advanced concept that pushes into the future. The inspiration is an R/C car, shown by the structure design and the emphasis on lightness and plastics. The yellow body sides of the car can be exchanged for other styles and colors based on the customers wants. These body sides also function as large doors."1
Have you been searching for a Honda dealer near White Plains, NY to realize your dreams of owning a new Honda with a modern design that will satisfy you for years to come? If so, look no further than Honda of New Rochelle, conveniently located at 25 E Main St. New Rochelle, NY 10801. Stop by and see us today!
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