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    Rumorpile: Return of the Honda S2000


    • Another S2000 Rumor Comes In

    From the 'We Can Dream' file, Auto Express is reporting that Honda is planning to bring back the S2000 nameplate for a new mid-engine coupe. Quite the departure from the front-engine roadster that was the S2000. The model is expected to be the middle of a trio of sports cars from Honda; the top being the NSX and bottom being a small roadster named S660.

    The reborn S2000 is expected to be powered by a turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder producing somewhere in the range of 350 horsepower. There is talk of using a simplified version of the NSX's hybrid powertrain as another option.

    The model is expected to arrive sometime in 2017, two years after the arrival of the NSX.

    Source: Auto Express

    William Maley is a staff writer for Cheers & Gears. He can be reached at william.maley@cheersandgears.com or you can follow him on twitter at @realmudmonster.



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    Funny that they want the smallest to be an S660, poaching the stupid name from MB.

    All in All, I think they should use the NSX hybrid power train in all 3 cars making it a family of performance sedans that covers a wicked range from say 200HP/250LBS of torque to 600HP and 600+ lbs of torque. It would be awesome and would lower the cost since most of it is programming / detuning.

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    Funny that they want the smallest to be an S660, poaching the stupid name from MB.

    All in All, I think they should use the NSX hybrid power train in all 3 cars making it a family of performance sedans that covers a wicked range from say 200HP/250LBS of torque to 600HP and 600+ lbs of torque. It would be awesome and would lower the cost since most of it is programming / detuning.

    This actually is a pretty good idea.

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