Honda has produced a number of popular sports cars over the years

including the Honda S2000, Honda NSX, and Honda Civic Type R

The Honda S2000 was first introduced in 1999 and quickly gained a following among sports car enthusiasts for its powerful engine

The Honda NSX, also known as the Acura NSX in North America, was Honda's first supercar and was produced from 1990 to 2005

The Honda Civic Type R is a high-performance version of the Honda Civic that is sold in many markets around the world

It features a turbocharged engine, upgraded suspension and brakes, and a distinctive aerodynamic body kit

Honda has a strong presence in motorsports and has competed in a variety of racing series, including Formula One

IndyCar, and touring car racing. Many of Honda's sports cars have been developed with input from motorsports engineers and drivers

In recent years, Honda has focused on developing environmentally friendly sports cars that use hybrid and electric powertrains

The Honda NSX is now available as a hybrid, while the Honda e sports car is an all-electric vehicle that was introduced in 2020

Honda's sports cars are known for their reliability and longevity, with many enthusiasts praising the brand's engineering and build quality