On top of all this, there is a much more powerful motor (up to 201 hp) at the rear axle, which means combined output can be bumped up to 671 hp for brief stints. This rear motor is mated to its own 2-speed transmission. A 6.1-kwh battery ensures a small electric range will be possible. Unfortunately, all the new hardware adds about 780 pounds over the outgoing C 63. Expect a similar weight gain for the GLC 63. We had been searching causally for a few months for a plug in hybrid suv. We had toured a bunch of different brands and nothing felt right. We made an appt to see one at this dealership and we’re blown away. The team gave us our most in depth tour (over 2 hours ), helped us navigate finances and find the perfect vehicle. We loved working with Wesley and Jazmin. We’re based in the city, but found the dealership so easy to get to. As young professionals, this was our first big car purchase and know it won’t be out last with this team.
“The S660 is a beautiful little sports car but it was only really designed for Japanese domestic market,” he said. “To get it homologated and up to a standard for the Australian market would be difficult. It’s also very constrained by production and, unfortunately, it’s not made for export.” So, what does ‘RS’ mean. It is Honda’s definition of having a smooth driving experience or ‘Road Sailing’! On our recent test drive run, the RS delivered ‘road sailing’ as we took on the JKR back roads and some highway smooth tarmac on our journey to Penang. Although, the specific dimensions haven’t been revealed, apparently it looks to be within 4300 mm in length and its wheelbase looks similar to that of the Honda City. The SUV will be based on the Honda City or BR-V platform. The design renders it as the smallest SUV from Honda and looks much similar to that of the bigger SUV, Honda HR-V, which is expected to launch in December 2021.