Revamped Honda S2000 Gets A Silly Moniker, Dental Work

Derek Kreindler
by Derek Kreindler
revamped honda s2000 gets a silly moniker dental work

Devoid of any exciting product, Honda is trotting out its now-dead S2000 sports car for the upcoming 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon, with a host of cosmetic enhancements that make the car look like a cross between the Moss Motors catalog and a bad acid trip.

Modulo, the aftermarket accessory arm of Honda Japan, outfitted the S2000 with some of their own enhancements, including the awful retainer-esque chrome piece across the front bumper, and little winglets on the trunklid. The mechanicals of the car remain untouched, giving the Modulo S2000 at least one redeeming quality.

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  • Pete Zaitcev Pete Zaitcev on Jan 04, 2013

    I think the car looks great, but unfortunately I know that the dual exhaust is fake, and that ruins the whole impression. If only they dropped a twin-turbo V6 into that thing.

  • AJ AJ on Jan 05, 2013

    I agree it's ugly. Honda has always had a particular look to it. Generally on the ugly side. And that's being said that I've owned three Hondas (one is currently my daily driver).

  • Kwik_Shift Oh, just wait until everything is electrified and linked. Then they'll say "Demand is up!", thus raising prices exponentially. They got you under their control now.
  • Cprescott Yawn.
  • 28-Cars-Later Wrangler people are crazy.
  • 28-Cars-Later "Transition" to layoffs, this guy is the Bob(s) from Office Space.
  • Vap65689119 As a release engineer I also worked in quality, if they are serious they should look at Toyotas business model which has their suppliers as genuine partners, thats how you get a quality product