After the death of the S2000, the glaring omission in the Honda lineup is a car with real sporting potential. Yes, the NSX is coming back, but what about
something more accessible to the masses? There's the Civic Si, but what if you want rear-wheel drive, and the opportunity to drop the top on
those hot summer days? Read on, because there's a chance that Honda might have you covered in the not-so-distant future.
Honda is heading to the Tokyo Motor Show next month with something very special up its sleeve - the S660 concept. The company refers to the S660 as an
"open-top, sports-type mini-vehicle," and roughly translated, all of those hyphens look to spell out a small, fun roadster. According to Australia's , power is going
to come from a turbocharged, 660cc gasoline engine, which would be a nice alternative to the hybrid or all-electric routes that have been turning up
Honda describes the inside of the S660 as having "...a Super cockpit interior that thoroughly pursues the ultimate space for the driver." Whatever that
means, if its anything like the exterior, I'm expecting that we will all be impressed. As with all concepts, though, the question of how closely the
production version will resemble the concept still lingers. I'm hoping it's exactly like this.