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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Is this Honda hypercar figure ready to show off in 2020?

In mid-2017 Honda is one of Japan's leading automotive manufacturers has released All-new Honda NSX, a supercar that can be driven as a daily vehicle. This car is still comfortable to use on the streets, by using a relatively efficient engine and transmission system that looks normal for a car that exists today.
Honda Invisus Concept offers high performance like a hypercar car made specifically only for racing purpose. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NztQZq)
But Honda has yet to have plans to create a hypercar in the near future. This does not discourage step and intention of an automotive designer named Leonardo Nitole Moreira who has a pretty much brilliant ideas to create an imaginary figure of Honda hypercar that has a figure no longer the same as the current NSX. 
Interior view of Honda Invisus Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NztQZq)
Yes, no doubt this is a crazy concept car showing how hardcore these Honda hypercar would look if it was produced in 2020. The hypercar is called Honda Invisus Concept is made specifically only for racing purpose in the circuits, like Aston Martin Vulcan or Ferrari FXX K. The hypercar has an impressive front fascia offering as well as slim LED lights that are positioned over several large air intakes.
Front three quarter view of Honda Invisus Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NztQZq)
To make the lane light possible, the carbon fiber is widely used and the body is sculpted into a tubular chassis. The large wing and rear diffuser dominate the rear to produce a racing car with a qualified downforce level. It is estimated that Honda Invisus Concept will use a V8 engine that will proudly look ferocious from behind its engine hood.
Rear view of Honda Invisus Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NztQZq)
The interior is made dramatic like a racing car cabin as usual. The elements of carbon fiber material meet almost the entire area of ​​the cabin with red accents, and the steering wheel seems to take inspiration from the S2000 or Supra touring car.
But unfortunately there is no more information about the peak power of this hypercar. But if we look at the performance of its competitors that exist today, it will not be far or close to 1,000 horsepower.

That's only the wild idea of an automotive designer, nothing more we can do now and let's wait whether Honda is interested to make it happen near future.. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTOR1]
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