Honda‘s relationship with the enthusiast buyer has been a tumultuous one over the past two decades. The company that once sold the S2000, Civic Si, RSX and NSX simultaneously now offers only half as many choices for American-market car buffs. Until just recently, it was only one. Many saw this downturn … read more
Concept cars have a double-edged effect. These pieces of rolling artwork display the stunning technologies and designs that could be possible in tomorrow’s production cars, yet also leave the public wanting if they never come to fruition. More often that not for the spiciest of concepts, the latter … read more
When the heroic Honda S2000 arrived new in 1999 (for 2000), it was nothing short of sports car perfection, a true tour de force automobile. Its free revving four-cylinder engine absolutely sang, its shape captivated like few others can, and its legacy spanned a healthy 10 model years.
Unfortunately … read more
It’s always nice to remind ourselves of Honda’s popular roadster, especially when the car in question is a low-mileage stock example. The Honda S2000 is still a much sought-after model thanks to its timeless design, great handling and of course, that screaming, motorcycle-like VTEC engine. This … read more
Mugen, Japanese tuner of all things Honda, has crafted a special edition version of Honda’s fun-to-drive S660 roadster with mild cosmetic and chassis revisions.
Aesthetically, the Mugen S660 RA is less aggressive than a standard model fitted with the firm’s standalone parts, as the tuner limited … read more
Ask a bunch of Honda fans about the cars they so dearly miss and you’ll begin to see a clear trend—unanimous longing for the late-great S2000 roadster. Birthed into the world in 1999 (for the 2000 model year), the Honda S2000 was everything you could want in a sports car. It made the right noises, … read more
The 70 years anniversary of the Japanese automaker might turn into a true celebration for fans as well, because the latest rumor flying off the mill talks about a new roadster coming to the market.
It appears the convertible might be powered by a turbo engine and will be manufactured in a select location … read more
Honda will reportedly celebrate its 70th anniversary with the launch of an all-new, second generation S2000 roadster.
It’s a way of celebration we’ve certainly seen before as Honda first showed the original S2000 back in 1998 for its 50th anniversary. This time though, Honda plans to launch both … read more
Honda might be planning something big for its 70th anniversary: the return of the S2000.
“A large complement of R&D staff from Japan are already in Ohio working on the car,” an unnamed source told Car and Driver. “They have more time now that the NSX is finished.”
Launching the new S2000 … read more
Honda’s return to its sports car roots looks set to continue with a rumour gathering pace that a new S2000 roadster is being prepared to help the company celebrate its 70th anniversary in 2018.
Slotting in between the supercar-rivalling NSX and the diminutive S660 roadster, the new S2000 looks set … read more