Honda Prelude, Sparrow Vision Renderings Imagine Future Supra Fighters

Honda Prelude, Sparrow Vision Renderings Imagine Future Supra Fighters

The Toyota Supra doesn’t have a lot of competition with other Japanese automakers. The Nissan 370Z is behind the scenes, but its ten-year-old platform and 338-horsepower (248-kilowatt) V6 are not up to the Toyota supply powered by BMW. There is nothing remote comparable to other brands in the region, but these renditions of Georgi Bozhkov on Bē imagine a future where Honda goes to the plate.

The renderings do not feature one, but two contenders for the Honda badge – the Prelude and the Sparrow. The two are very similar in overall shape, but the Sparrow adopts a smoother, rounded cut design compared to something a little more edgy with the Prelude. This is appropriate, because the Prelude has always been upset to some extent. The Prelude here is defined by a more pointed body kit which even adopts a split wing on the theme of Ferrari FXX at the rear.

If the Prelude is the hardcore racing version, the Sparrow serves as an elegant and sporty coupe. Its general shape certainly recalls the Supra, and in Bozhkov’s publication, it explains the Toyota origins of this design project which really started in 2013. The FT1 concept – which was essentially a predecessor of Supra – served as a inspiration with the Nissan. GT-R. With that in mind, we can absolutely see some GT-R influence in the two renderings presented here.

These creations date back to 2013, and as such, Bozhkov has refined and refined them over the years for what you see here. We recently presented a Mercedes-AMG SLR Concept from him that came about in a similar fashion, and these Honda offerings are just as impressive. Also, if you remember this SLR article, we mentioned that Bozhkov is not a professional automotive designer. He is passionate with a keen eye and considerable talent, and we’d love to see a Prelude reborn with designs like the ones shown here.

There are many other renderings of the Prelude and the Sparrow to browse on the Bozhkov website, which you can visit via the source link below.

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