Honda has a pair of significant announcements planned for next month, including what it calls “new enhancements” for the compact Civic line-up due to debut at the upcoming SEMA Show, while a new roadster is coming at November’s biennial Tokyo Motor Show.
In order of significance – certainly from a sales standpoint – the 2014 Civic is the more important of the two new products. And it arrives at an important time considering Honda’s offering will be squaring off against an all-new Toyota Corolla.
But the Honda S660 also stands out – if for no other reason than the rarity of convertibles within the Japanese maker’s line-up over the decades. We haven’t seen one from Honda since the old S2000 was pulled from production a few years back. That said, the new model is cautiously being described by that catch-all phrase, “concept,” so it remains to be seen if it will be put into production – or where it would be sold.