Several months ago, a Honda exec pronounced that there’s no Honda S2000 reconstruction in sight. But we can keep on dreaming
When Hayato Mori, comparison manager during Honda, pronounced to Auto Guide that there’s not adequate seductiveness to move behind a Honda S2000, we all sighed. In a universe full of SUVs and crossovers, it seems there’s no place for correct roadsters anymore.
But that’s simply not true. The Mazda MX-5 (Miata) sells well, and there are copiousness of roadsters to select from, we only have to honour your fans and pull for a roadster as tough as we pull crossovers down a consumers’ throats.
Of course, there’s always a Civic Type-R for those wanting sporty thrills and a unsentimental interior, though that’s unequivocally unhappy that Honda believes there’s no place for a correct roadster. Let’s keep adult a pressure, maybe they’ll notice. It could always use a Type R’s height and engine, with a strengthened physique for improved rigidity. Come on, Honda, it’s not as costly as building a subsequent intensely tedious HR-V!