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. 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. It had a wheelbase of 2,750 millimetres (108 in) and a length of 4,270 millimetres (168 in).
|This article about a modern automobile produced after 1975 is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|