The Honda Project 2&4 concept debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show, combining a motorcycle with a car for a wicked open-air vehicle.
It may have a car chassis, but the Honda Project 2&4 concept is powered by a 999-cc V4 engine that comes from a superbike with the ability to rev up to 14,000 rpm. The small engine provides 215 horsepower and 87 pound-feet of torque in a car that weighs just 893 pounds, so we can only imagine how fun it is to drive.
According to Honda, the concept is the result of an annual worldwide contest the Japanese automaker hosts, encouraging its design team to think outside the box to create something truly special.
See AutoGuide.com get up close and personal with the Honda Project 2&4 concept by watching the first look video below.