S660 Neo Classic: Honda’s JDM Sports Car Gets Quirky

Wilbert Tan

No, it’s not the latest generation Nissan Juke, although you may not be faulted for thinking so. The new-but-old looking car you see above may seem like a custom, but it’s actually an official mass-produced car by Honda.

The car, dubbed as the Honda S660 Neo Classic, was first introduced a concept based on the S660 roadster, but due to growing demand, the Japanese auto maker eventually caved in and mass-produce the concept exactly as it looked: round headlights, solid black grille, and an overall retro vibe.

The catch is that the S660 Neo Classic is sold as a kit, and buyers will need to buy the S660 sports car and kit separately. Honda Japan provides a diagram for the kit assembly, but it’s safe to say that its authorized dealerships will be the one handling the installation of the body panels.

 

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Indeed, like an adorable littly puppy, it’s hard to resist the charms of the S660 Neo Classic. You may try to pull your eyes away from it, but you can’t help but be pulled back. If you find that you can’t get enough of the car’s retro look, check out the rest of the images below.

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