The Honda Project 2&4 will make its public debut at the 2015 Frankfurt motor show, which takes place around the middle of September.
At the moment, Honda isn’t reavling too many specifics about the new concept car, except that the Project 2&4 is powered by the same engine used in the RC213V MotoGP bike.
For MotoGP duty, the 1.0-litre four-stroke V4 engine is said to develop at least 176kW of power.
So far, the only image that’s been released of the Project 2&4 is this top-down view of about half of the vehicle. According to the company, the Frankfurt-bound concept has a “cabin-less structure [that] produces an immersive driving environment combining … the freedom of a motorcycle and the manoeuvrability of a car”.
Honda says that the Project 2&4 was the winning design in a competition run between all of Honda’s design studios. The final version of the concept car, which will be seen at the Frankfurt show, was a collaboration between the company’s Asaka motorcycle and Wako automobile design centres.
The Project 2&4 reportedly “represents the company’s drive to inspire and reward creative thinking” and embodies the spirit of “creative craftsmanship”.