Future Cars: Honda’s Baby NSX Could Go Porsche Cayman Hunting
Fans of the Honda S2000 may soon have a reason to rejoice. Why, you ask? Because the Japanese carmaker is secretly working on an all-new, mid-engined sports car that’s tipped to be the S2000’s modern-day successor.
Honda’s yet-to-be-named sports car is likely to be produced alongside its larger NSX stablemate, with a debut tipped for 2018.
Positioned between the pint-sized Honda S660/S1000 Roadster and giant-killing NSX supercar, the junior NSX fills a void for those wanting a more affordable sports car to battle against not only the Porsche Cayman, but possibly even certain versions of Nissan’s 370Z, Ford’s Mustang, Chevrolet’s Camaro and Audi’s TT.