The Honda Project 2&4 is the result of Honda’s in-house Global Design Project competition. The aim of the annual project is to produce a collaborative, creative example of Honda craftsmanship.
The Honda Project 2&4 was conceived by Honda’s motorcycle design studio in Asaka and was worked on in partnership with the automobile design studio in Wako. The combination of car manoeuvrability and motorcycle freedom aims to create a thrilling and engaging driving experience.
Inspired by Honda’s racing heritage, the body design and engine position draws on the design of the 1965 Honda RA272. The overall length of the Honda 2&4 is just 3,040mm with a width of 1,820mm and a 995mm height. As a result, the Project 2&4 is incredibly nimble and paired with a mid-mounted 999cc V-4 four-stroke engine that produces 215PS and 118Nm of torque with a redline of 14,000 rpm, the Honda 2&4 is capable of serious performance.