Honda's sporty Prelude appeared in 1992 but was replaced by the sharp version here in 1996 and output was up by 7bhp (5kW) in the VTi. In Honda's racing tradition, it used double wishbone suspension all-around and managed to combine very little body roll in corners with a surprisingly supple ride. The car used electronics to give four-wheel steering which first saw light on the early Preludes; at low speed the rear wheels would turn one way to make parking easier, while at high speed the wheels turn to improve the handling and cornering. Massive ABS-assisted discs at each corner give the Prelude VTi the finest brakes in the sports coupe market. But the car wasn't all about sporty pretensions, because inside it was jam-packed with luxuries such as power sunroof, heated seats, air-conditioning, a leather wheel, cruise control and a high-power audio system.
Honda Prelude VTi Specifications
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