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|Chances are you will never have this much fun with anything else at around 70 horsepower. The Honda S800 represents the final evolution of one of the first four-wheeled Hondas to hit the road. In 1962, Soichiro Honda presented the T360 and S360 at the Tokyo Motor Show. The T360 was a pick-up truck and the S360 a two-seater spider. These vehicles were powered by 356cc Honda motorcycle engines and had chain drive. Engine displacement evolved to the 791cc motor with a standard live axle rear end. The S800’s screaming-high redline was a direct descendent of the Honda car’s motorcycle roots so, if you have ever reveled in the high-revving noise of the modern day S2000, you’ve got the S800 to thank for it.|
— Official description 
The S800 is a rear-wheel drive roadster with a front-mounted engine, and comes with perfect weight distribution as well as a low weight of 1565 lb (710 kg). It is powered by a sub-1 litre four-cylinder engine packed with water cooling, double-overhead camshaft design and four carburetors. With a power output of 70 hp (52 kW), 48 ft·lb (65 N·m) of torque and a redline close to 10000 rpm, the S800 is the most powerful sub-1 litre car to appear in the Forza series.
The S800 is the final model revision of Honda's early S series sports cars from the 1960s. It was designed to offer sporting characteristics without comprimising on operating costs as its small engine benefitted from Japanese tax incentives for vehicles with limited engine capacities.
Requires the Playseat Car Pack
Purchase from the Autoshow for 25,000 CR
Performance & Championship
Top Speed: 103.4 mph (166.4 km/h)
0-60 mph (0-97 km/h): 13.626 secs.
0-100 mph (0-161 km/h): 123.300 secs.
60-0 mph (97-0 km/h): 199.3 ft (60.7 m)
100-0 mph (161-0 km/h): 475.2 ft (144.8 m)
60 mph (97 km/h): 0.69 g
120 mph (193 km/h): 0.68 g
|Conversion - Engine|
|I4 Motorbike Engine|
2.0L I4 - VVT
1.6L I4 - Turbo Rally
|Conversion - Drivetrain|
|Conversion - Aspiration|
|Single Turbo, Positive-Displacement Supercharger|
- ↑ "Playseat Car Pack" . forzamotorsport.net . Retrieved 09-21-2018.
- ↑ "Rearview Mirror: Honda S800 was sidelined before the starting gate" . thenational.ae . Retrieved 10-28-2019.
- ↑ "Honda S800 (1966 – 1970)" . heritagecarinsurance.co.uk . Retrieved 10-28-2019.
|1970s||Civic RS · S800|
|1980s||Civic CRX Mugen · Civic Si|
|1990s||Civic 1.5 VTi · Civic CR-X Del Sol VTEC · Civic Si · Civic Si Coupe · Civic Type R · CR-X Del Sol SiR · CR-X SiR · NSX-R · Prelude Si|
|2000s||#8 - #18 NSX · Accord Coupe EX · Civic Si Coupe · Civic Type-R '04 · Civic Type-R '07 · Fit Sport · Integra Type-R · Integra Type-R '02 · NSX-R · Prelude SiR · Prelude Type SH · S2000 · S2000 CR|
|2010s||#2 - #5 Civic WTCC · #9 - #15 Dallara DW12 · #5 - #9 IndyCar · #33 Lola · Civic Coupe GRC · Ridgeline Baja Trophy Truck · Civic Si Coupe '12 · Civic Si Coupe '14 · Civic Type R '16 · Civic Type R '18 · CR-Z EX · HDP Fit · Odyssey|
|Aerogear Integra Type-R · Do-Luck NSX · Mugen Civic Type-R · Mugen Civic Type-R 3D · Mugen Integra Type-R · Mugen S2000 · NSX-R GT · VIS Racing Integra Type-R · Wings West Civic|
|Civic Type R Forza Edition '97 · Civic Type R Forza Edition '16|