The goal for the project was to create something ‘Clean and Dynamic’ – and this direction was followed for both the exterior and interior design. Key characteristics are the smooth and rounded curves, and unique headlights that stretch from the nose to the top of the wheel arches.
Inside, the dash is broken into sections, with the most important instruments in direct line-of-sight of the driver. Key information is displayed in a rounded, enclosed central binnacle, with levels and figures in bright blue on a black background. This matches the trim inside the car, with the seats and door innards trimmed in glossy blue leather.
A centrally-mounted semi-sequential gearlever is also installed, as is a pair of steering wheel mounted paddle shifters. Integrated into the gearshifter is a red ignition ‘start’ button.
Honda spokesman Steve Kirk previously stated that the OSM is just a design study and is not yet confirmed for production. He also said it was not a successor for the S2000 roadster despite being a convertible.
Honda OSM Concept