Mugen atelier modified the Honda S660 roadsterAugust 27, 2020
Tuning company Mugen has presented an upgrade kit for the Japanese compact roadster Honda S660. Buyers can order the exterior and suspension upgrades. The car is exclusive to the Japanese car market.
The Honda S660 is a very powerful mid-engined small roadster. This machine is only sold in the Japanese domestic market. Not so long ago, the famous tuner Mugen presented a modified version of the Honda S660.
The car has received a new front bumper with a more aggressive look, including a splitter with “pointed” ends at the bottom. Buyers can also order optional LED fog lights and “airborne” lighting to brighten the car’s face a bit at night.
Side sills run along the body. An air intake has appeared in the rear fender, but it does not seem to work to cool the brakes, but serves a purely decorative function.
Mugen also offers a custom rear bumper that has much sharper creases than the standard one. The bumper is connected to a small diffuser. Available in a dark gray eight-spoke wheel set. They are 15 inches in diameter at the front and 16 inches at the back.
Finally, Mugen allows buyers to stiffen the vehicle with a chassis damper. The tuning company claims that this modification “eliminates unpleasant vibration and noise, and improves steering stability.”
The Honda S660 Roadster is powered by a turbocharged three-cylinder engine. Buyers can choose from either a six-speed manual transmission or a variator with paddle shifters behind the wheel.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Honda has decided on the date of the start of sales of its first electric car. The Japanese automaker has unveiled its debut electric car, the Honda e, while declassifying the market debut date for the environmentally friendly new car.
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