|2001 Honda S2000|
|Body and chassis|
|Class|| Sports car,|
|Engine||2-liter aluminum-alloy DOHC F20C1 inline 4 with a Comptech supercharger|
|Body Mods|| VeilSide Millennium body kit|
Paxton Novi 1000 Toucan Industries exhaust with a non-functioning Ractive chrome tip
|Wheels||Motegi Racing 18" rims|
|Film(s)||2 Fast 2 Furious|
|Similar Cars||2000 Honda S2000|
2 Fast 2 Furious
Suki drives a Honda S2000 during the race hosted by Tej Parker. During a majority of the race, she remains in last place behind Orange Julius's 1994 Mazda RX-7 despite her best efforts to get ahead of him.
When Tej reveals his surprise for the race is a major jump across a draw bridge, Suki successfully manages to take Orange Julius's lead when he backs out of the race. She makes the bridge jump near the end of the race and returns to the starting line of the race, but the car also suffers minor cosmetic and radiator damage.
When Monica Fuentes signals the U.S. Customs agents to besiege the street racers, Suki and the other racers then escape the finish line when the cops arrive. Suki's S2000 is later used during the car scramble by her friends.
It has a custom set of pink vinyls and a bottle of Nitrous behind the seats. It's engine is a 2-liter aluminum-alloy DOHC F20C1 inline 4 with a Comptech supercharger. It also features a Paxton Novi 1000 Toucan Industries exhaust with a non-functioning Ractive chrome tip. Appearance mods include a VeilSide Millennium body kit, Motegi Racing 18" rims, and airbrushed artwork done by Noah of Noah Fine Art.
- Suki's S2000 was housed at the Peterson Automotive Museum.
- Suki's pink 2001 Honda S2000 was featured at the end of the 2006 music video for Pink's single, "Stupid Girls".
- Suki's Honda can be seen parked in "Bring It On: Fight To The Finish" when the cheer squad is at the "impromptu flavour school" trying to work on their movements in East Los Angeles.