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Honda S2000

Honda S2000

Honda S2000

Honda S2000

Honda S2000

Honda S2000 interior

Year (of specifications) 1999 - 2009
Engine 2 litre 4 cylinder
Transmission 6 manual RWD
Max speed 150 mph
0-60 mph 6 seconds
Horsepower 240 bhp
weight 1271 kgs

The Honda S2000 was launched in 1999 as a 2000 model to celebrate the company's 50th anniversary. The S2000 continues in the tradition of the company's previous lightweight roadster "S" cars, the S500, S600 and S800 from the 1960's and 70's.

The Honda S2000 features a front-mid-engine, rear wheel drive layout with power being delivered via a Torsen limited slip differential mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

The S2000 is manufactured using an X-bone monocoque frame which is extremely rigid, improving passenger safety and handling. Other features of the S2000 include independent double wishbone suspension, electrically-assisted steering and integrated roll hoops.

The Honda S2000 was initially offered, up to 2003, with a 2.0 L, inline 4 cylinder, DOHC-VTEC engine producing 240 horsepower. Later, for the American market the displacement was increased to 2.2 litres by increasing the stroke - power remained the same while torque was raised slightly. For European markets Honda stayed with the original 2.0 litre unit.

The Honda S2000 was discontinued in 2009. Although Honda initially planned to provide a replacement, these plans were scrapped due to the global financial crisis.


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