Would you like Honda to consider this design?

Ah, the Honda S2000. The tail-end of the Honda roadster line from the 1960s and the greatest rival to the Mazda MX-5. Fans of the open-top two-seater have been clamoring for a successor since the end of its production in 2009, but Honda has been quite mum about the requests – until a recent revival rumour surfaced last year.

With that said, Behance artist Somak Biswas imagines the S2000's return through a series of fictional renderings for modern times.

Gallery: Honda S2000 Revival Rendering

First off, Biswas pegged the S2000 revival as a rival to the BMW Z4 and Porsche 718 Boxster. A turbocharged 2.0-litre four-pot mill resides under the bonnet, most likely coming from the Honda Civic Type R, in line with the recent rumour.

Design-wise, Biswas's S2000 harkens back to the previous model with its long bonnet, clean lines, and road-hugging stance. It does, however, follow the new design language seen on the 2022 Honda Civic Prototype that was revealed back in November, primarily seen on the headlights, lower grille, and front intakes. Biswas even imagined a more aggressive S2000 Type R, donning a rear wing and skirts with red accents.

Inside, the imaginary S2000 comes with three main elements. A Mood Bar, which flanks the dashboard and combines a soundbar, ambient lighting, and air vents, aim to excite the sense of feeling, hearing, and sight. The infotainment system, on the other hand, was envisioned to have an adjustable position for better visibility and reach. Lastly, Biswas also imagines the centre console to have a stepped form – a design inspired by Japanese pagodas.

Biswas's vision of the S2000's revival looks cool, to say the least, with the elements added to the renderings well thought out, giving validity to the artist's imagination. But do you think Honda should consider creating the resurrected S2000 after this design? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.