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1984 Honda HP-X by Pininfarina

The Honda HPX was a concept car built by Pininfarina in 1984 and presented at the Turin Motor Show. The car is characterized by wedge-shaped lines of an extremely aerodynamic sport berlinetta. It is a research for a high-performance sports car destined for assembly on a special version of the Honda V6 F2 engine.

Engine & performance:

  • Position: mid-engined, rear

  • Type: Honda F2 V6, DOHC, 24-valve

  • Capacity: 1996 cc


  • Length: 4165 mm

  • Width: 1770 mm

  • Height: 1125 mm

  • Wheelbase: 2550 mm

Source: Honda HP-X | Classic Cars Wiki | Fandom.

Images: Concept Car Central; Mario Buonocunto Concept Cars Page;