Introduced in the year it takes its name from, the S2000 is Honda’s roadster – a stylish vehicle built for performance while also having Honda’s trademark efficiency and economy. The debut S2000 hit the market with a front-wheel drive 2.0L 4-cylinder that could put out 240HP and 154 pounds-per-foot of torque. In 2002, Honda updated the S2000’s exterior and added a few interior options before the first major redesign was introduced two years later in 2004. With this model, the engine was updated to a 2.2L with an even higher torque of 167 pound-per-foot, LED taillights were added, as were 17” wheels and ovular exhaust pipes. In 2006, Honda updated the S2000 once again by redesigning the wheels and adding electronic stability control
A brand new S2000 was unveiled in 2007, including the new CR (Club Racer) option built on a sporting-inspired suspension with a rear-spoiler and other aerodynamic improvements to design elements to boost the sport appeal and image of the S2000. In 2009, the last model of the S2000 was introduced in both CR and the base option trim while still sporting the same 240HP capable 2.2L engine. Though the car is no longer actively in production, it remains popular with enthusiast to this day for its unique blend of muscle style and Honda sensibilities.