Honda Vision GT concept comes with a human centered design; currently in final testing and development phase in Japan
Honda has revealed its futuristic Vision GT concept online previewing a futuristic sports coupe that has been designed by the Japanese auto manufacturer’s Los Angeles-based design centre. The concept model is currently in final testing and development phase in Japan. As the brand claims it comes with a human centered design. Honda has tested the aerodynamic capability of the concept on computer simulations as well as in the wind tunnel also.
In terms of styling, the Honda Vision GT concept looks very stylish and attractive. The brand released the concept for the virtual world through the video game Gran Turismo Sport. As the brand claims, it blends the futuristic design with the highly powerful engine under the hood and it delivers a very impressive performance.
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Being a sportscar, the Honda Vision GT promises to come with extra ordinary aerodynamic efficiency. To keep the weight low, Honda has incorporated plenty of carbon fibre across the body. Thanks to the usage of the carbon fibre, Honda Vision GT weighs only 899 kg. It is not sure, when the production model of the car will come out for public eyes, but we can hope to see it soon.
Up front, Honda Vision GT gets a large air intake flanked with sleek LED headlamps and altogether they create a V shaped look. The scissor doors, sporty wheels, side splitters, a wide and super sleek LED taillight, aggressive looking black rear diffuser are the other design elements visible there. So far, Honda left no stones unturned while designing this concept and it would certainly spawn out a very appealing sportscar.
Power source for the Honda Vision GT is a 2.0-litre DOHC-VTEC four-cylinder, engine that is claimed to be capable of churning out 403 hp of peak power. Power is sent to the rear wheels through an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission.