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Honda's successor to the Beat is almost ready for sale

By Faiming_low on 25 Mar 2015 in New model

Attached Image It looks like Honda's baby roadster and successor to the Beat, the S660, is almost ready for sale according to these photos, which were shot at a Japanese port awaiting delivery to various dealers across the country.

Attached Image Looking pretty close to the concept car shown in 2013, the S660 seemed to have kept to the concept's futuristic edgy look with only a few changes to the design such as front and rear lights and a slightly toned down interior.
 
Attached Image The car is expected to be running a 0.66-litre three-cylinder turbo that will output less than 64bhp, keeping in line with the Japanese's Kei-car rules. Situated behind the driver's seat, the engine will be paired with either a six-speed manual as seen in the photo or CVT (Continuous Variable Transmission).

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Vhtfhwlego Mar 25 2015 05:12 PM

Why dont brand it as "beaten"?

Renegade777 Mar 25 2015 07:06 PM

Y don't they make it a full size, change engine and named it Civic. Likely Civic sales able to pick up steadily.

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