Project AP1 S2000: Installing Forbidden Side Diffusers
Project AP1 S2000 has specific plans to be the ultimate, fun street car that can hold its own performance-wise, without losing its street-ability factor by turning into a full-blown racecar or track dedicated car. However, what is a good handling street car without its good looks?
To be fair, you have to try hard to make a Honda S2000 look poorly if it's in good condition. Few things are more appeasing to see other than a well taken care of and clean, stock body S2000, especially when you are the owner of MotoIQ’s new upcoming project, Project AP1.5 S2000 that is no longer a street-friendly car. Subtle changes here and there can really make it visually pleasing and stand out from the mundane crowd of regular street cars, confusing the average bystander into thinking that it is an expensive car. Just ask any S2000 owner, and it can be guaranteed that a random person has mistaken their car for either something really expensive or… a Miata… Ouch. Well, back to the idea of making subtle changes to the S2000 to accentuate its naturally charming looks and to further differentiate from the Mazda Miata because well, no one truly wants their car to look like a Miata.