Honda Spocket

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The Honda Spocket was a concept car developed by Honda that was displayed at auto shows in 1999 and 2000 but did not enter production.

The Spocket was a convertible with the rear half of the car able to be used for a second row of seats or as a flat floor storage area.[1] It was designed by Honda's California studio, and had a hybrid powertrain with the front wheel driven by a gas engine and the rear wheel by electric motors.[1] It had a wheelbase of 2,750 millimetres (108 in) and a length of 4,270 millimetres (168 in).[2]

Honda showed the concept at the 1999 Tokyo Motor Show,[1] the 2000 North American International Auto Show,[3] and the 2000 LA Auto Show, though it did not go into production.[4]


  1. ^ a b c "33rd Tokyo Motor Show". Car & Driver. January 2000. Retrieved 20 November 2017.
  2. ^ Long, Brian (2006). Acura NSX: Honda's Supercar. Veloce Publishing Ltd.
  3. ^ "Cars Of Future Roll Into Detroit". CBS News. 14 January 2000. Retrieved 20 November 2017.
  4. ^ "Concept Cars". Popular Science. 2000.