The Honda S660 Bruno Leather Edition has been recently seen looking exceptionally tempting. Industry experts are drawn into its brown color and leather accents. This is one hot Honda commodity that is sure to have enthusiasts clamoring for it.
The Honda S660 Bruno Leather Edition's Velvet Maroon Exterior paint even adds to the entire charm of the car. However, if such color is not favored, then special edition color can be ordered either in pearl white or metallic gray. Any color fits perfectly with the car's Jazz brown leather cockpit.
This is also going to come in limited number. Only 800 examples are reported to be produced that are available in either a six-speed manual or paddle-shiftable CVT. Limited Edition certainly strikes a chord to those who want to be unique so the special-edition is expected to sell fast.
There is a fun update on the Honda S660 as well. It is an iPhone app called Rev Beat, which turns shifting the six-speed into a game of "Dance Dance Revolution" generation. Each shift is rated as either Bad, Good or Excellent. It also tracks the driver's score in center console display.
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Quite recently, the Honda S660 got an over-the-top treatment from Liberty Walk. The Liberty Walk LB Performance is one of Japan's most well-known tuning houses. However, its portfolio is filled with supercars such as the Ferrari and the likes. This time, the S660 gets a royal treatment even if it is nowhere near supercar status.
It received an extensive visual upgrade. The humble Honda S660 instantly became looking like a Lamborghini-wannabe after Liberty Walk did its thing. Such images are available online and it looks all tricked-out and stylish.
The S660's 63-bhp three-cylinder engine was left untouched. All changes were cosmetic while performance remains the same. Liberty Walk just ultimately wanted to give the S660 a make-over it deserves.
The Honda S660 Bruno Leather Edition together with the make-over done by Liberty Walk definitely makes the car a favorite. With its tiny looks, it deserves to look grand. Thanks to experts for making it happen.