Honda doesn't sell the S660 in our part of the world, and that's a shame. It's a modern interpretation of the company's tiny Beat Kei car, sporting a mid-mounted three-cylinder engine, rear wheel drive, and a convertible top. Thanks to the power of the internet, though, we can still see S660s getting pushed to the limit.
brought two modified examples together for a few runs down a tight twisty road, and it looks like they had a ton of fun. The black car uses parts from HKS, while the white example has upgrades from Spoon—both big names in the Japanese tuning industry.
As with any other Best Motoring battle, the drivers go absolutely all-out, sliding the cars through blind turns on a damp surface to see exactly how capable they really are. It's great fun to watch, and unlike some Best Motoring videos, it even has English subtitles, meaning you'll be able to follow along the entire time.