Honda's tiny new S660 roadster is in the spotlight again today, following its Japanese launch late yesterday.
Today it's an even more sporting focus, with Honda tuning house Mugen unveiling its own special take on the S660.
As it does with just about every Honda offering, Mugen has given the S660 a styling overhaul, adding new aero bits at every corner.
There's new carbon-fibre splitters and skirts, bigger and more dramatic vents and intakes in the bonnet and through the profile, a Mugen-specific hardtop roof and a new spoiler at the rear.
There's also new 15- and 16-inch alloy wheel options, Mugen-embroidered floor mats, carbon and chrome mirror covers and a carbon shift knob.
A Mugen-tuned sports suspension package is also offered for the S660, along with stainless steel exhaust tips, a more powerful braking package, a high-performance oil filter.
There's no extra power to be had - all ‘kei' cars are restricted to 47kW under Japanese law - although it is believed that Honda is developing a more powerful version of the S660 for overseas markets. If the right business case can be made, that might even include Australia.
For now, though, getting an S660 onto Australian roads will mean either owning one in Japan for 12 months and bringing it home with you, or working to have the range approved through the Special & Enthusiast Vehicle Scheme (SEVS). Good luck with that…
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