In Tochigi, we also got to drive Honda’s sporty S660, a compact, two-seat sports car that technically is considered a Kei-car—a tiny, fuel efficient machine intended for use in urban areas. If the NSX is a dream car, the S660 is one of a decidedly different stripe. The car has a tame .66-lite, three-cylinder, 63-hp engine that’s good for just 83 mph. In this country, that’s a joke, but the car was nevertheless pretty legit fun, and a uniquely satisfying driving experience if for no other reason than it was absolutely unapologetic about its capabilities. Will it scream down desert highways? No, but it handles beautifully and is 1,800-pounds of open-air enjoyment.