Now that there is a mid-engined Corvette on the horizon, all our long-awaited, long-rumored and long-demanded sports car dreams seem on the table. Even Honda might be jumping on the bandwagon of making things happen that we never thought would happen by reviving the S2000. Some sources that claim the roadster will…
Honda released the S2000 in 1998 as part of a “celebration” of its 50th anniversary. Do the math and the automaker’s 70th anniversary is looming in 2018, which is apparently reason enough to validate the years of rumors of an S2000 successor.
All over the grand car-scape of the Internet, people have been enjoying righteous, well-earned rage over the story of a man who tried to buy a Honda S2000, and the petty, shitty way he says he was scammed out of some key parts of that car. In case you haven’t had your chance to volunteer to fly somewhere with a…
After the shakedown in December, Peugeot continued the testing of its newest rally car, the 208 Type R5. During a four-day session, Peugeot Rally Academy driver Craig Breen had the opportunity to develop the car after Bryan Bouffier had his fun last month.
What do you do when you're a car company who has completely given up on your glorious sporting past, but you still want to look like you make something exciting — and you need to make a few bucks selling aftermarket products?
With very few exceptions, Hondas are front-drivers, and front-drivers don't make the best wheelie cars. An exception in the Honda fleet being the late, departed S2000. Watch as this heavily-tuned unit managed a very un-Honda-like nose loft (helped by massive boost and drag slicks) at TX2K12 this past weekend.
If you've ever wondered what happens when Honda S2000s fall into the wrong hands, see the above video. Three morons took to the busy Turkish streets to film themselves driving their S2000s like idiots. It is equal parts amazing and lucky this video does not end in a serious crash.
When the rapture comes this weekend those of us left will suddenly have to contend with empty roundabouts. Whatever shall we do with them? Hoon, of course. This pair in their black S2000s are already practicing.
Detroit snapped back into winter last night, with over ten inches of snow and temperatures in the teens. None of which stopped one Honda S2000 owner from making a top-down commute.
This Honda S2000 was spotted where it definitely shouldn't be, down in a ditch filled with poison oak. Something tells us the tow truck driver's going to charge extra for this one. Tipster Colin fills in the details below.
Just when you thought you'd seen it all, here comes a tuned Honda S2000 sporting glow-in-the-dark wheels. For those keeping tunerscore, you'll also need to tally up overstretched tires, a windshield banner, clear-lens turn signals and tires sitting wicked flush.
A Washington, D.C. man hit the remains of this weekend's blizzard in an unlikely chariot. The photos are strangely mesmerizing. Winter, meet the 8000-rpm, rear-wheel-drive wonder. Snow tires make the world go 'round. [Tomolesnevich.com]
Here’s a real world example from someone who has already ditched daily driving for subways and sports cars.
"If you love the Lord and love fast cars, this Honda S2000 is the car for you." For sale on AutoTrader, this S2000 is perfect for Jesus freaks with a need for speed.
A 9,000-RPM inline-four engine that makes 247 naturally aspirated horsepower out of just two liters of displacement? That's what the Honda S2000's powerplant does!