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Remember the Honda Prelude concept car that appeared in late 2023? As expected, this concept is gradually turning into a production model. The company is currently preparing to unveil the second Honda Prelude concept car, which will soon debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​in the UK.

Despite its status as a concept car, the new incarnation of the Honda Prelude demonstrates even greater readiness for the production model. Just look at the carefully crafted details: a spoiler at the front and a rear wing, 20-inch wheels and Brembo brakes.

More information about the technical stuffing is also gradually appearing. Firstly, the Prelude coupe will be similar to the Honda Civic hatchback – therefore, we should expect similar dimensions (length about 4.5 meters) and exclusively front-wheel drive.

Secondly, the already known 2.0 e:HEV hybrid engine is also expected to be used – which means we can expect a power of 184 hp and a torque of 315 Nm; perhaps the engine will be slightly boosted to match the status of a sports coupe.

Finally, third: the car must be a 4-seater, which means it will have the traditional 2+2 seating arrangement for a coupe.

As you can see, the Honda Prelude sports coupe is really half a step away from serial implementation. And this should happen soon: Honda representatives talk about the launch of production “in the mid-2020s.”

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