The Honda S2000 Modulo Climax has been revealed ahead of its Tokyo Auto Salon debut later this month. Despite the fact that the S2000 is no longer on sale, Honda has allowed Modulo, its official aftermarket parts and accessories manufacturer, to give its evergreen roadster a cosmetic overhaul.
Honda describes the S2000 Modulo Climax as “featuring cutting-edge aeroform design and a chic interior.” The show car is not mechanically modified, so retains the same high-revving 2.0-litre naturally aspirated engine that appealed in the regular S2000.
The S2000 Modulo bodykit includes a redesigned front bumper, which includes a chrome strip which runs across it, a heavily sculpted rear bumper, and a pair of winglets on the bootlid. Inside, the interior has been given some black and burgundy leather trim.
Alongside the special S2000, Honda will also show tuned versions of its tiny N-ONE kei car that’s sold in Japan and uprated versions of the CR-V SUV and CR-Z hybrid, the latter tuned by Honda’s performance arm Mugen.