During the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, Honda brought out a new concept car in the form of the S2000 Modulo Climax. Although it’s a concept car, it does have a few interesting features. The concept car is not mechanically modified but is fitted with a range of aftermarket parts from the Modulo sub-brand.
The S2000 Modulo Climax is a concept vehicle that features a cutting-edge performance design. The car also features a chic interior in black and burgundy and a candy red paint job. The best part is that the car features a high-revving 2.0-liter naturally aspirated engine.
The Modulo S2000 roadster features a hexagonal grille opening and a canard-like winglet at the rear. It also features a large chrome grille, two large exhaust tips, and two large air outlets. It also features an enclosed fairing on the rollbar hoops.
The S2000 Modulo Climax will be displayed on Honda’s stand at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. It features a candy red paint job, a cutting-edge performance design and a chic interior. The car also features a range of aftermarket parts from the Honda-owned Modulo sub-brand.
The oh-so-important S2000 20th Anniversary Prototype, a homage to Honda’s first generation of S2000, will be on display in the same area. The vehicle, which was based on the first-generation AP1 model, features a smattering of the brand’s newest and most cutting-edge parts. The car even features a touchscreen display in the center console.
The Honda S2000 Modulo is not only the most interesting concept vehicle to debut at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon but is also the most practical one to boot. The company plans to sell a variety of different parts to enthusiasts who want to customize their rides. While it’s not the next-gen S2000, the S2000 Modulo is a good sign that Honda isn’t planning to go back to the drawing board when it comes to releasing a new sports car.
The S2000 Modulo is not the only concept car to debut at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. Honda will also unveil the N-ONE racing concept and a CR-Z hybrid concept prepped by Mugen.
Designed for serious club racing track use, the Honda S2000 Club Racer was the hardest-core S2000 ever produced. With a new body kit and chassis stiffeners, the Club Racer was developed to maximize the S2000’s racetrack potential. The new model also features a firmer suspension and a more powerful engine.
The S2000 CR’s body kit includes a body-colored hard top, aerodynamic bits, and model-specific features. These include a larger rear spoiler, larger stabilizer bars, and a rear chassis brace. It’s also built for better handling, with a stiffer suspension and a more aggressive steering ratio. It also has a wider rear tire size. It also features a body-colored front spoiler, a trunk-mounted wing, and a front splitter.
The interior features unique cloth seating surfaces with yellow stitching. It also has carbon fiber-style trim panels and an aluminum shifter. The seats are also black Alcantara. The steering wheel has a unique spherical shape. It also has a CD stereo.
The S2000 CR was a limited-edition model, available in two color schemes. The interior features black Alcantara, and the seats have yellow inserts. It also has a factory-installed sound system.
The CR has a lighter design than the standard S2000, with a more aggressive stance. The S2000 CR also features stiffer springs and a stiffer front suspension. Compared to the standard S2000, the Club Racer is about 100 pounds lighter.
The Club Racer also features a body-colored hard top and a rear chassis brace. It also features a firmer suspension and softer exhaust mufflers. The wheels are also 17-inch aluminum alloys. The Club Racer also has a more powerful engine, with 237 horsepower. It’s also equipped with a six-speed manual transmission.
The Club Racer also features Mel 245/40 R 17 tires. It also has a paint protection film covering the front bumper. It also has a trunk-mounted wing, a front splitter, and a black removable hardtop.
The Club Racer is a nod to Honda enthusiasts. It’s also a great choice for tuners.
The S2000 CR has a lot of the features you’d expect in a racing car, including air conditioning, a hard tonneau cover, and a factory manual. It also has a clean Carfax, and a great California title.