Honda has officially revealed the new Honda Sports Vision Gran Turismo, which is a car you’ll never be able to own, but you can do so if you happen to have a copy of Gran Turismo Sport.

The car is a midship-engined two-seater coupe, and to make it look as attractive as it is, Honda’s United States and Japanese design studios got together to share ideas. The end result is something that resembles a “baby NSX,” and showcases the brand’s ‘Human Centered Design’.

While it may just be a concept, Honda actually took the time to perform aerodynamics simulations with a full-size model and wind tunnel testing, as it would be for a real life car. Through this process, the flow and exhaust of air passing through the body, underfloor, cabin, and engine room have been fully optimised.

The bodywork you see here is made primarily out of carbon-fibre, keeping the car’s total weight at just 899 kg. Propelling that lack of weight is a 2.0 litre turbocharged four-cylinder DOHC VTEC engine that churns out 404 hp (410 PS) at 7,000 rpm, mated to an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.