From a far distance, this may look like a new facelifted (2016+) Honda / Acura NSX, but it's actually just a strange Civic-based replica from Indonesia. All of its body panels have been swapped out, including a new front fascia, complete with a hood, grille, headlights and air intakes, while Lamborghini-style scissor doors were also added for effect. Continue reading for another facelifted NSX replica and more information.
Honda finally updated the NSX after an 11-year hiatus back in 2016, and now, the automaker is rumored to be refreshing its iconic S2000 roadster, which has been out of production since 2009. This concept by Jon Sibal boasts an NSX-inspired front end, complete with a V-shaped grille and a pair of recessed headlights. We can't see much of the back, but it does appear to sport a carbon fiber spoiler of sorts. Continue reading for a video and more information.
This may look like an old hatchback, but take a closer look at the Honda City Turbo, and you'll discover a tiny Honda Motocompo scooter inside. The hot hatch was produced between September 1982 and 1986, based on the naturally aspirated Honda City AA, and one of the few non-kei Honda cars to be equipped with a 100-hp turbocharged engine. However, the Motocompo motorcycle was a $360 option, complete with a 49cc, 2.5 hp engine. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
When you combine a go-kart with the powerplant of a Honda Civic Type R, the Ariel Atom 4 is the result. Unlike the Ariel Atom 3.5R (video above), it features a turbocharged 2.0L 4-cylinder engine with a custom Engine Control Unit (ECU), mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, that generates 315 hp, which enables the lightweight vehicle to go from 0-62mph in an eye-watering 2.8 seconds, while topping out at 162mph. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Honda CyberRace by automotive designer Frederic Le Schiellour gives us a glimpse at what Formula 1 cars could look like in 2088, complete with a racetrack built 10-meters above ground, connected between buildings. The vehicle itself boasts 6 cylindrical wheels hidden behind square arches and wheel covers. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
This isn't a render, but rather a real vehicle that was built by Honda's Product Engineering department in the UK and codenamed "Project P". It's essentially a pre-production version of the Honda Civic Type R, which had its C-pillars and roof replacedwith a roll bar. The rear seats and boot have also been completely removed to make room for the open bed, while there's still room for two inside. Exterior wise, the Project P keeps the iconic body kit as well as the rear wing. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Auto enthusiast James Schwartz came across a rendering (bottom image) by Aaron Beck and decided to make that vehicle a reality, and thus this Franken-car was born. He began with a Ford Model A cab, and started some heavy metal fabrication, which included a six inch chop and shortened grill. Next, a custom frame was made from square tubing with a C-notch in the rear to allow the car sit as low as possible. Last, but not least, an F20C engine and six-speed transmission was taken out of a donor S2000. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one that takes you inside a warehouse where thousands of robots pack groceries.
Boosted boards are one of the hottest gadgets today, but the Honda MODULAR could change that. This futuristic vehicle can quickly transform, and consists of a single-passenger cockpit, two gyroscopic wheels, a high-tech audio system, and AI controls. Best of all, it's capable of operating with full autonomy to safely transport children. continue reading for more pictures and information.
Unless your 1981 Honda Accord has some major modifications, it probably can't do 0-60 in 2.7-seconds, that is unless...you're talking about Jim Belosic's vehicle. He took the drivetrain of a Tesla Model S P85, and installed it in his Accord, with the result being a 536-horsepower frankencar called the Teslonda. For the setup to work, Jim had to source a 436-pound battery pack from a Chevrolet Volt for the engine bay. Since the Model S drivetrain was rear-wheel-drive, he also had to source the front steering and suspension parts from Ford models between 1928 and 1941. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a solar-powered boat.
Approximately 4-years ago, Honda revealed the world's fastest lawn mower, called the Mean Mower, and it set a Guinness World Record for the fastest speed reached by a lawn mower. Now, they are set to debut its successor, the Mean Mower Mk2. It's now powered by a CBR1000RR Fireblade motorcycle engine that generates 192 horsepower, enabling it to hit a top speed of 134 mph, which 18 mph faster than its predecessor. How fast is it from 0-60 mph? Well, the first-generation model could hit 60 mph in a mere 4.0-seconds, so we could be looking a sub 4.0-second times for the Mk2. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.