Witness easily the most demonic little Honda ever made
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The little Honda S660 kei car is one of the sweetest, most adorable machines Honda have ever produced.
It kind of resembles a Micro Machine version of the new NSX supercar, except with the roof peeled off.
Sadly we don't get them in New Zealand, apart from those that will get smuggled over the boarder through importers. And the same goes for this rather frightening little beast fashioned by the tuners at Liberty Walk.
The bodywork specialists have revealed plans to release new kit range for the humble S660, starting with this opening variant that looks ready to attack you at the traffic lights with both hands. Two more concepts are expected to come soon after.
The first of the kits is made from FRP — a fiberglass and plastic composite — and retails for ¥648,000, or NZ$8,200. For that price, you can turn your shoe-with-wheels into the most angry kick in the parking lot.
The ironic thing of course is that, as those who are familiar with the S660 will know, it's hardly an angry creature under the skin. It's powered by a 0.66-litre three-cylinder engine, that delivers a less-than-spine-tingling 46kW. But when the whole car only weighs 830kg, you don't need much more than that to have fun.
Although, with 'stance' like that, whether it's still a fun machine to drive remains to be seen.