vanborghini: review
October 22, 2007, 7:20 am
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i am now the proud owner of the smallest, least powerful automobile ever.

the street L vanborghini edition is honda’s flagship model in japan, and has been devloped in close cooperation with their F1 racing team to replace the now outmoded NSX type-R. this raging beast has 3 cylinders and 660cc of raw power, going to ground via full time 4-wheel drive (this was only discovered after the vehicle displayed irregular behaviour in the handbrake skid test). running on high-octane sake, it has a maximum speed of about 104kmh @ 6500rpm, achieved a couple of weeks ago on the matsuyama expressway when i passed a truck on a downhill with a tailwind.

the street L features such optional racing extras as an italian woodgrain racing steering wheel, cellphone holder, lightweight one speaker radio, no rear seatbelts, mudflaps, and a grotesquely phallic japanese crystal gearstick knob (not suitable for public viewing). as a luxurious bonus, a standard sized japanese futon matress fits snugly in the back, adding to the romance factor of this already incredibly attractive machine.
all things considered, i award honda about a 11 out of 4.5 for the street L vanborghini edition. kudos indeed…


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