Honda HP-X – Honda’s sporty concept car created in 1984 in collaboration with well-known design studio Pininfarina foretaste of the Honda NSX equipped with a centrally located V6 engine with a capacity of 2 or 3 liters, which drove the car to the rear axle.
The vehicle was created to show the current possibilities of Honda. Car has a streamlined body and a transparent Plexiglas dome that served as a roof and windows. The vehicle did not have a traditional door. Enter the vehicle could have been due to the transparent, movable cockpit. Inside, there were only two seats. The car is equipped with 14-inch wheels in front and 13-inch at the rear.