Honda’s Access division has announced its line-up for the 2020 Tokyo Auto Salon, and it looks like visitors will be in for a treat, as the carmaker will present two vehicles that are rather special to enthusiasts – the S2000 and the first-generation, EK9 Civic Type R.

The roadster isn’t just any regular example, as it is called the S2000 20th Anniversary Prototype, which serves as a testbed to showcase custom parts that reflect customer feedback. The show car is based on the AP1 iteration of the S2000, and is powered by a F20C 2.0 litre NA VTEC four-cylinder that serves up 250 PS and 217.7 Nm of torque.

While it may look largely stock, the car sports a unique aero bumper that follows the 20th anniversary specification, along with original side skirts and a ducktail spoiler. The entire bodywork is finished in Grand Prix White, with black applied on the window frame, mirrors and the 17-inch Yokohama Advan RZ2 wheels.

Other items include a pair of red bucket seats, revised suspension and a new lid for the audio system. It’s not known if this parts will become available to S2000 customers, but there’s a likelihood given that Prototype-badged Honda products do sometimes make it to production.

Alongside the S2000, the company will also display a custom EK9 Civic Type R called the Civic Cyber Night Japan (CNJ) Cruiser 2020. The show car represents a modern reinterpretation of the original, and features a prominent bodykit, new headlamps, a large rear spoiler and 17-inch wheels from the latest Insight.

We’ll only have more information and photos when the Tokyo Auto Salon kicks off on January 10, so in the meantime, let the nostalgia slowly sink in.