One of my favorite Gran Turismo originals, the Honda S2000 LM Race Car.
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"An endurance spec S2000, available only in Gran Turismo."
Continuing in the tradition of the S500 of the 1960s was the latest "S" model, the Honda S2000. Although production of this fun, high-revving roadster came to an end in 2009, the car still enjoys plenty of popularity today, as what is arguably the purest sports car to ever come from Japan. So as a fitting sendoff to a model that symbolized Honda's passion for sports cars, we present the S2000 LM Race Car, a racing version that faithfully builds on Honda's world-class racing heritage.
Even in standard street-legal guise, the S2000's boisterous 2.0 liter inline-4 with VTEC powers up a miraculously high output of 125 ps per liter of displacement, but our LM racer revs even higher and serves up 320 ps at 11,500 rpm, a full 70 ps increase over the stock unit. What's more, redline isn't reached until the 12,500-rpm ceiling, thabks to engine technology borrows from Formula 1, where about 20,000 rpm is the norm.
The platform leverages the high build quality of the basic S2000 skeleton, adding a rollcage and converting the car to a closed-body configuration. Since the open-top chassis is said to be more rigid than most closed-body cars, enclosing the cockpit yields a degree of structural integrity that surpasses all expection.
Like the essentially bespoke Porsche 911 GT3, our Honda S2000 LM Race Car is a commercially available sports grade that sharpens all of the capabilities of the model to a fine finish and will suit the accomplished driver to a tee.
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