The S2000 was manufactured by Honda between 1999 to 2009 (110,673 units as of 2008). It made its debut at the 1995 Tokyo Motor Show as a concept car and production began in April 1999 to celebrate the company's 50th anniversary. The name is derived from its engine displacement of 2 liters, carrying on in the tradition of the S500, S600, and S800 roadsters of the 1960s.
Several revisions were made throughout the car's lifetime, including changes to the engine, gearbox, suspension, and interior and exterior. Officially two variants exist: the initial launch model was given the chassis code AP1, Though cosmetically similar, the facelift version (known as the AP2 in the USA) incorporated significant changes to the drivetrain and suspension. Production of the S2000 ceased in June 2009. In Japan, it was exclusively sold through the Honda Verno sales channel.
The Honda S2000 was added in the Santa's Gift Update as a high-end Class D car with the following rank statistics:
- Starting rank: 932
- This is shared with the BMW M2, as both cars have the same starting top speed and nitro stats.
- MAX rank: 1195 (+263)
- MAX+PRO rank: 1350 (+155)
- Tuning Kit bonus: +56
- Stock to MAX+PRO rank difference: 418
- Nitro Efficiency: 5/10/15
The Honda S2000 can be described as a well-balanced car, with excellent nitro efficiency (5/10/15), very quick acceleration, decent top speed, and responsive handling. In fact, it accelerates more quickly than even former top-end Class A/Class S cars such as the Koenigsegg One:1 and McLaren 675LT.
With an extreme price in addition to its inferior performance when compared to the Mazda RX-8, Donkervoort D8 GTO, Buick Avista Concept, nanoFlowcell QUANTINO, and Hyundai i30 N; the S2000 is merely a collector’s item.
The Honda S2000 has a buying price of 295,000 that has since been reduced to 150,000. Upgrades cost 2,314,360 while Pro Kits reqire 533,675, 11 of each Class D Part, 10 Early & Initial Tech each, and 12 i4 Engines.
The Honda S2000 was also given as a Daily Bonus in January 2017 after 30 days of consecutive logins.
Between the game's soft launch and the Nissan Update, the S2000 cost 245 Diamonds and was only unlocked after completing the crew races of New York. The Graphics Update increased its price to 300 Diamonds.
Performance & Usage
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|Cars in Asphalt Street Storm Racing|
|Class D|| Subaru BRZ • Ford Fiesta ST • Dodge Dart GT • Chevrolet Nova SS 350 Coupé|
Renault CLIO R.S. 220 Trophy EDC • Abarth 695 Biposto
Alpine Celebration Concept • Honda S2000
|Class C|| Chevrolet Camaro LT • Chevrolet Camaro SS 396 Sport Coupé |
Renault Mégane R.S. 275 Trophy-R • Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport
Subaru Impreza WRX STI • Mazda RX-7 Type RS
Pontiac Firebird Trans Am SD-455 • Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec II (R34) • Alfa Romeo 4C
BMW M2 Coupé
|Class B|| Renault Clio R.S. 16 • Equus Bass 770 • Porsche 718 Cayman S|
Porsche 911 Carrera S (991.2) • Ford Focus RS (2015) • Honda Civic Type R
Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 • Nissan 370Z Nismo Ford Shelby GT350 • Chevrolet Camaro GS
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII FQ-400 M • Mercedes-AMG GT • Chevrolet COPO Camaro
BMW M4 GTS
|Class A|| Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition • Acura NSX • Dodge Viper ACR|
Mercedes-AMG S 65 Coupé • Porsche 911 GT3 RS • Porsche 911 Turbo S (991.2)
Aston Martin Vantage GT12 • Aston Martin Vanquish • Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat
Mercedes-AMG GT3 • Ferrari 488 GTB • McLaren F1
|Class S|| Pagani Huayra BC • Lamborghini Egoista • W Motors Fenyr Supersport • Ferrari 812 Superfast|
Ford GT (2017) • W Motors Lykan HyperSport • Aston Martin Vulcan • Porsche 918 Spyder
Lamborghini Aventador SuperVeloce • Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4
Nissan GT-R NISMO • Bugatti Chiron • Ferrari LaFerrari • McLaren P1™ • Lamborghini Veneno