Honda to Show off S2000 Refresh at 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon

S2000 concept comes back to Tokyo

Dec 27 2012, 1:26pm CST | by

Honda to Show off S2000 Refresh at 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon

Honda has announced that it will be showing off a refreshed version of the S2000 roadster at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon. The last time the S2000 roadster was in production was about four years ago. The car was popular with tuners and track enthusiasts thanks to its light weight, good handling, and high revving engine.

The car is only a concept and is called the S2000 Modulo Climax. The vehicle is based on the old roaster with updated front and rear fascists and interior trimmed in black and burgundy. That's all the details we have on the vehicle.

I don't like the front bumper it looks like a Pokémon version of the old S2000. However, I would like to see the S2000 come back to the market.

 
 
 

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