Honda introduced the S660 nearly three years ago and the company is upping the ante by unveiling the new S660 Modulo X.
Designed to appeal to driving enthusiasts, the S660 Modulo X features an assortment of styling and performance modifications.
Starting with the exterior, the model has been equipped with an aggressive front bumper which features larger air intakes and LED daytime running lights. The sporty styling continues further back as the roadster has black mirrors, a unique rear bumper and an active spoiler with a gurney flap. Rounding out the exterior highlights are a Bordeaux Red soft top and 15- / 16-inch aluminum wheels with a stealth black finish.
The special styling continues in the cabin as drivers will find two-tone leather and Lux Suede seats as well as a matching leather steering wheel. Designers also installed a leather-wrapped handbrake, Bordeaux Red accents on the dashboard and two-tone floor mats with an aluminum Modulo X badge. Even the shifter is unique to the model as manual variants have a titanium gear knob while CVT cars are equipped with a two-tone leather shifter.
On the performance front, engineers equipped the car with a specially tuned suspension which offers five stages of damping adjustment. Honda says this allows to drivers to experience “full-fledged sports driving.”
Besides the upgraded suspension, the S660 has cross-drilled rotors and “sports” brake pads.
Honda didn’t say much about the engine so the car likely has a 660cc turbocharged three-cylinder which develops 63 hp (64 PS / 47 kW) and 76 lb-ft (104 Nm) of torque.
The Honda S660 Modulo X will be launched next month and pricing starts at ¥2,850,120 ($26,100) including taxes.