The three-dimensional hybrid structures of coronavirus spike proteins including the C-terminal sequence and receptor binding motif (RBM) was remodeled and energy minimized. Further, protein-protein docking show that Receptor Binding Domain (RBD) of SARSCoV 2 Lys457-Pro490 bind on the surface of ACE2 receptor near N-terminal helices to form host-pathogen attachment. In this binding interface, SARS-CoV 2 shows a tight network of hydrogen bonds than other spike proteins from BtRsRaTG13-CoV, SARS-CoV, BtRsBeta-CoV, BtRsCoV-related, Pangolin-CoV (PCoV), human-CoV (hCoV), MERS-CoV (MCoV), Avian-CoV (ACoV) and PEDV1-CoV. Further studies show that subdomains from SARS-CoV 2 RBD Pro322-Thr581, SARS-CoV RBD Pro309-Pro575, BtRsRaTG13 RBD Thr581-Thr323, BtRsBeta-CoV RBD Ser311-Thr568, BtRsCoV-related Arg306-Pro575 and PCoV RBD Gln319-Ser589 show binding conformations with ACE2 like their full-length structures of spike proteins. In addition, the subdomains MCoV RBD Gly372-Val616, ACoV RBD Gly372-Val616 and PEDV1-CoV RBD Ala315-Tyr675 also binds on the surface of ACE2 similar to their full-length spike proteins. The B-Cell epitope mapping also identified main antigenic determinants predicting that these nine subdomains are highly useful in recombinant vaccine development in inducing cross neutralizing antibodies against SARS-CoV 2 spike protein and inhibits its attachment with ACE2.