It’s no secret that Honda’s working on a new sports car to sit below the flagship Acura NSX, but what will it be called?
Many are hailing this as being the successor to the gone-but-not-forgotten Honda S2000, and while that might be the case, it will be vastly different than that dear, departed sports car.
The S2000 was a two-door convertible powered by a high-revving, naturally-aspirated 4-cylinder engine.
According to patent images, the new sports car will be a small mid-engine coupe. Reports claim it will feature a hybrid powertrain that pairs a turbocharged inline-4 with an electric motor for a total output between 300 and 400 horsepower.
The latest rumor has it debuting in concept form at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show wearing an Acura badge with the ZSX nameplate.
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What should the Honda S2000 replacement be called?
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