In the automotive realm there are many things that intoxicate. Hearing is one of the most assaulted senses. Think of a BAR F1 car at full song; some 17,000 rpm, a turbocharger spooling to life and a set of slicks struggling for traction at the strip. But when
We like drifting, we really do. Sure, we're FF fans 'til we die, but we like the noise, the smoke and the spectacle. Be nice to see some more aesthetic style instead of dudes just rolling up in primered 240s and FC's, though.
It's a total lie. Honda says the second-generation S2000 is a kinder, gentler car. Bullshit. Don't believe it. The S2000 is still the real deal, a sports car stripped to a core of dynamic purity. That said, Honda has made a long list of changes to the S2000 fo
Let's get something straight up front: If you're looking for changes to the 2004 S2000 to be akin to the reinvention of the wheel, then you're going to be a little disappointed. In some respects it still looks and performs like the same race-inspired roadster
All the News Without Fear or FavorEight hundred rpm has been dropped off the S2000's redline. The engine's legendary 9000-rpm whizzing is no more as the top engine speed has dropped to a mere 8200 rpm with the stretch of displacement from 2.0 to 2.2 liters. There are some who may cry over this zingi