Remember the Honda S660 Concept which made its debut at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show? Well, that car was meant to preview a production model that is set to go on sale this year in Japan – and yes, it’s 2015 in case you’re still penning down 2014.

As a result, technical specifications of the production model have surfaced online in what appears to be scans from a brochure. From what we can gather, the roadster will measure in at 3,395 mm in length, 1,475 mm in width and 1,180 mm in height – befitting its kei car classification.

What lies under the bonnet is revealed to be a three-cylinder unit pumping out 64 hp and 104 Nm of torque, mated to either a six-speed manual or CVT transmission. While that doesn’t sound like much, do keep in mind that the Honda S660 is expected to weigh less than 1,000 kg – providing a top speed of 140 km/h.

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Fortunately, the production Honda S660 retains most of the concept’s futuristic styling elements, from the multiple air intakes in front and on the side to the bold front grille. A centrally-mounted exhaust pipe and redesigned rear lamps are new additions over the concept car.

Individuals looking for details on the interior, bad news, as only a single scan has surfaced online. At first glance, it does contain traces of the Honda CR-Z‘s cabin with its digital instrument cluster. Also included in the middle of the dash is what appears to be an iPhone laid down on its side.

GALLERY: Honda S660 Concept at 2013 Tokyo motor show