Tag: production

No Parts Available. What Would You Do?

When Honda announced that S2000 production was coming to an end, the reactions were wide and varied. You had people giving in and buying the car anticipating that the car’s value would only increase. You also had a huge group of proud owners determined to hold on to their cars and at the same time […] More »

  Comments | By - April 20, 2011

Video of the Week: The Last Run

All good things come to an end. Likewise, production of the S2000 also came to an end much against our desire that it be built into perpetuity. Our member aphex4000 decided to commemorate the demise of the S2000 by compiling a video entitled “The Last Run”. He downloaded all the video content from Honda’s website […] More »

  Comments | By - February 25, 2011

The Honda S2000 Top Secret Manufacturing Process

Have you ever wondered to what extent the S2000 is hand built? Rumors have floated around that the interior was stitched together by experienced female Honda technicians, because they could do a better job than the men. All those rumors may now be put to rest. Understandably Honda (like any other manufacturer) has kept their […] More »

  Comments | By - September 23, 2010

Honda wins Commercial of the Decade

We’ve seen many commercials from time to time. New innovative ideas are presented in this industry. Honda commercials have been original and very expensive as well. Perhaps you all remember Honda’ s Cog commercial, which was one of the most expensive productions. However, this was not the winner but another Honda commercial, the so called […] More »

  Comments | By - December 20, 2009

Official photos of the Euro Meet 2009 are now released!

“Please take good care of your S2000, keep it by your side for long and enjoy it from the bottom of your heart. And share the quality and legacy of the S2000 with many friends so that the legend of the S2000 will continue for long” These were the words by Shigeru Uehara San, chief […] More »

  Comments | By - November 9, 2009

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