Honda announces MotoGP-powered 2&4 Concept Car

Concept Cars 27 Aug 2015
Honda announces MotoGP-powered 2&4 Concept Car

At the upcoming Frankfurt Show Honda will bring a new open-wheeled concept car developed by a collaboration of its automotive and motorcycle design centers.


Honda Project 2 & 4 was the result of an internal design competition run by Honda between its global design studios. Its goal is to express the “company’s drive to inspire and reward creative thinking.”

Equipped with the MotoGP RC213V unit, the Honda Project 2 & 4 was jointly designed by Honda’s motorcycle design center in Asaka and by Honda’s automobile design center in Wako, Japan.

Honda 2&4 Concept - preview

Its cabin-less structure produces an immersive driving environment combining the freedom of a motorcycle and the maneuverability of a car.

Alongside the concept car, Honda will also showcase its new line-up of entirely all-new and refreshed models – including the2015 Honda Civic and Civic Tourer, the refreshed CRV, the Civic Type R, the UNI-CUB β personal mobility device and the all-new HR-V and Jazz.

(Source: Honda)

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Honda announces MotoGP-powered 2
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