The Honda S2000 AP2 is a convertible roadster produced from 2004 to 2009 in the Suzuka assembly plant near the legendary Suzuka International Racing Course in Japan. The S2000 designation comes from its 2.2 liter F22C1 I4 engine, famous in its time for having the highest horsepower per liter of all mass-produced cars without a turbocharger, with 240 PS. The stylish 2-seater comes with a detachable hardtop straight from the factory, 17-inch rims, and Bridgestone RE-050 tires, 215/45 R17 in the front and 245/40 R17 in the back. It takes 6 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph on a Honda S2000 AP2, an experience worth living for motorsport enthusiasts and everyday drivers alike.
Driving a 6-speed Honda S2000 AP2 is as close as you can get to a real racecar with a mass-produced vehicle. It is only 51 inches high, and its low profile is so intense it makes the driver seat rest almost right on the floor. The car is super responsive to the gas throttle, and the electronic stability control system enhances the driver's safety when riding over wet track surfaces.