Honda Prelude

The Honda Prelude is a two-door sports coupe produced from 1978 to 2001 by the Japanese automaker Honda. This car during its production run served as a testbed for a number of features that would eventually be commonplace for the rest of the Honda line: examples include double-wishbone suspension, four-wheel steering, fuel injection, VTEC (after the Acura NSX), and ATTS.

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