Japanese media reports that Honda’s newly anticipated S660 subcompact rear-wheel drive sports roadster will begin production next year. The S660 poses as a new entry-level model that follows in the footsteps of Japan’s long history with micro-sized Kei cars, specifically the original Honda Beat.
The Honda Beat ceased production back in 1996, sporting an equally micro sized naturally aspirated 656cc engine, good for 63hp, matching Japan’s at-the-time regulations for Kei cars.
Now, the S660 seeks to pick up where that Beat last left off.
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