The Honda brand is known for soccer mom vans and small front-wheel-drive cars that parents buy for their college kids, but not so much all out performance cars.
Sure, there’s been the NSX and some Civic type R variants over the years, but nothing “mind-blowing” so to speak. It’s a similar take on the Honda S2000; a small, sporty four-cylinder convertible with just enough power to make some twists and turns fun, but like the others, you generally couldn’t take it to the Friday night drags and win some money with it. For the die hard Honda crowd, though, that is about all you had to work with, unless you wanted to spend some major bucks modding the Honda engine, and then spend some more after you explode it a few times during your learning curve.
Longtime friend and car guy Isaac Stringer sought to change that, and of course he knew his plan would piss off a few purists while he was at it….READ MORE…Click the magazine image.