The spiritual successor to the classic Honda S600 roadster is the ’90s Honda Beat. Introduced in 1991 and sold until 1996, Beat was a small, nimble roadster with just 660 ccm displacements and 63 HP (via Supercar Nostalgia).
The car was naturally aspirated in typical Honda fashion and had a five-speed manual transmission. Weighing just 1,656 pounds, it was fun to drive but just didn’t deliver in terms of any realistic road performance. Around 33,000 were made in its five-year production run.