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When did the production of the Honda S2000 end?

When did the production of the Honda S2000 end?

Production of the S2000 ceased on August 19th 2009. The Honda S2000 was notable for its exceptional specific power output of about 124 hp per litre, or about two horsepower per cubic inch, the highest of any mass production, naturally aspirated engined car.

What’s the steering ratio on a Honda S2000?

The lock-to-lock steering ratio was reduced to 1.4 turns (stock is 2.4). Honda outfitted Type V cars with revised damper units, stabilizers and limited slip differentials to “complement the VGS”. Equipped cars came with a special steering wheel and a VGS badge on the rear. The 2004 model S2000 underwent several significant changes.

What kind of wheels does a Honda S2000 have?

2004 AP2 and 2000 AP1 model S2000s from above—the AP1 has OEM front lip, side strakes, and rear spoiler. Notable features include independent double wishbone suspension, electrically assisted steering and integrated roll hoops. The car has 16 in (41 cm) wheels with Bridgestone Potenza S-02 tyres.

What kind of transmission does a Honda S2000 have?

The engine is mated to a six-speed manual transmission and Torsen limited slip differential. The S2000 achieved what Honda claimed as the highest specific output of a normally aspirated production automobile engine in the world.

What’s the difference between Honda Type your and S2000?

Contrast this high-revving scalpel with Honda’s current performance banner carrier, the Civic Type R. The S2000 is classically styled, demands a bit of respect, and exists to shred air molecules with Swiss watch precision. The Type R huffs boost and is cheat-code fast in almost anyone’s hands.

How much weight does a Honda S2000 CR have?

Net weight savings without the additional hardtop came to 41 kg (90 lb) relative to the standard model. The engine in the S2000 CR was unchanged from the standard trim. Shigeru Uehara, the designer of the S2000, stated that the CR was positioned between the Type S and a hypothetical Type R.