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Honda Small Hybrid Sports Concept

Honda Small Hybrid Sports Concept

Honda Small Hybrid Sports Concept
Make Honda
Model Small Hybrid Sports
Concept year 2007
Production year -
Engine 4 cylinder / hybrid

The Honda Small Hybrid Sports Concept which went on show at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show in March represents Honda's proposal for a future hybrid model.

The Small Hybrid Sports Concept demonstrates a unique fusion of advanced hybrid technology and fun-to-drive sports car characteristics.

The Small Hybrid Sports Concept, which has been designed by Honda R&D Europe based in Offenbach, is conceived around a front-wheel drive, small car platform and is powered by a Honda IMA 4-cylinder petrol/electric hybrid system driving through a CVT transmission. It explores the idea that a car can have a low environmental impact yet still deliver all the driving enjoyment expected of a compact sports car.

The aerodynamic design of the Honda Small Hybrid Sports Concept is characterised by curvaceous and contoured surfaces contrasting with sharp "folded" edges. The short front and rear overhangs, together with wheelarches that wrap tightly around large wheels, further enhance the dramatic looks of this sports coupe. An accentuated, arrow-like nose features a full width air intake with Civic family overtones. This sweeps forward into a distinct protruding centre section complete with 'H' logo.

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