These Modified Honda S660s Look Like So Much Fun

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In 2016, it was disappointing to see the very few Honda vehicles at Tokyo Auto Salon. And, it has to be admitted, I still have a great deal of disappointment that so few ‘90s Hondas like Civics, CRXs, and Preludes showed up at 2017, too. However, a number of modified S660s, Honda’s tiny kei car roadster, were everywhere.

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As each year of production for the S660 sends more copies of the little roadster out into the world, we’ll see more and more of them modified at the auto shows, at the shops, and out on the road.

Just, you know, not outside of Japan.

Previously Correspondent, Asia at Jalopnik and LGBT Editor at Jezebel. Lover of the Oxford Comma, despite AP Style, and the Commonwealth "S."

DISCUSSION

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Seriously innocent question:

What is the crash rating for these? They look like too much fun to be safe.