Honda S2000 Coupe Concept Study

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Some of you were really sad to find out that Honda will discontinue the S2000 roadster at the end of the year, but recent reports that the Japanese manufacturer has a backup solution surely put a smile back on your faces. Well, just as we told you a few days ago, details were fairly limited, so nobody - excepting the people over at Honda - knew exactly whether the company indeed plans to launch a new S2000 or not.

For those of you who can't wait for an S2000 replacement, here are some photos of a potential coupe that could continue the S2000 tradition. The concept study was designed by an independent artist who calls himself Grid.

As you can see, this potential S2000 replacement - although we're pretty sure that seeing one of these on the streets is quite impossible - features a more aerodynamic body but maintains the same design line of the current S2000. Nevertheless, it boasts a fixed hardtop with numerous futuristic yet possible features, such as the headlights which create an aggressive yet sporty stance on the road.

A report issued a few days ago hinted that Honda is already working on an S2000 replacement that might be rolled out in the next few years and feature an all-wheel drive system, with a hybrid version also on the table. Obviously, there's nothing confirmed at this point but it appears the company doesn't intend to destroy the S2000 tradition which is now kept alive by a large number of fan clubs around the world.

"The S2000 is a sports car designed by enthusiasts for enthusiasts,"
said John Mendel, executive vice president of American Honda Motor Co., Inc. "It raised the bar for all future roadsters, and it's already considered a classic by many Honda fans."
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