National Geographic : 1979 Apr
The Honda Prelude: a sports car for grown- ups. Sports car. It may be the most abused term in the English language. To some, it's a car that can accelerate away from a stoplight at blinding speed so that its neighbor is left to feel compromised and impotent. To others, a sports car is measured differently The roofline should not exceed waist height. At Honda, as with all our endeavors, we see things a little more simply As evidence, we proudly introduce the Honda Prelude. «-e like to think of it as a sports car for grown-ups. People who are realistic about thin (ys like 55 mph speed limits and their personal comfort during a long trip. This doesn't mean that a sports car for groin-ups has to be sedate. For the performance minded, the Prelude has a new advanced 4-wvheel independent suspension system. Add to that Our proven 11)79 Am ciican IIonda 'Ante r Co., Inc. I'rcludc and Homdann im arc Honda tridcmarks. S i'