Beginners need not apply. Way back in 1999 Honda launched the S2000 roadster, which, despite its appearance, was not a Mazda MX-5 Miata competitor. Never was, nor did Honda ever intend for it to be. What was the S2000 then? A purist’s driving machine that didn’t break the bank. The updated S2000 … 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
NSX tech will mean that Mazda is in trouble. It’s nice when someone important has a birthday party because there’s plenty of free stuff for the guests too like booze, cake, and sometimes a souvenir. When it comes to car companies, some like to celebrate in style by throwing swanky parties and releasing … read more
Talk of a new Honda sports car will not die. Although we now know that the tiny S660 roadster will not come to America, and a speculated mid-engine sports car positioned below the Acura NSX is probably not happening, the prospect of a reborn S2000 roadster is gaining steam. And it could arrive in 2018, … read more
Starting at a gee-that’s-almost-attainable $157,800, Acura’s resurrected NSX sports car toes a narrow pricing line between high-performance Porsche 911 variants and established supercars such as the McLaren 650S, Ferrari 488GTB, and the Lamborghini HuracÃ¡n. We have yet to line up the NSX for … read more