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Mugen spices up Honda's new kei-class S660 roadster

By Faiming_low on 02 Apr 2015 in New model

Attached Image Mugen has already come out with parts for Honda's recently launched S660 roadster. While the new mid-engine rear-wheel driven kei-car is pretty sharp in standard form, Mugen's new styling kit for it makes it even more dynamic.
 
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Attached Image Some of the new parts include front under spoiler, front aero fender, side skirt, rear aero fender, rear diffuser and a variable carbon rear wing. Highlights that we thought would change the look of the car more include the front sports grill and the glossy hard top.

Attached Image Performance-wise, a more free-flowing exhaust will be made available. On the handling front, new wheels which are staggered in size (15-inch in front and 16-inch at the rear) will be released. Other parts include a sportier suspension system, silted brake rotor and better brake pads.

Attached Image One cool part which I would personally get would be the carbon interior mirror cover for pure aesthetic reason.

Attached Image As a refresher, this is how the 63bhp S660 looks like in standard form.
 
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