As hard as it may seem to believe, Honda promises the high-tech combination of lightweight body, wind-cheating aerodynamics, and refined Integrated Motor Assist engine will push the IMAS to achieve more than 90 miles per gallon. Constructed of lightweight carbon fiber and aluminum, its overall weight is just 1540 pounds and its drag coefficient is a slippery .20, making it an exceptionally efficient little sportscar. Handling is optimized by a shaftless variable gear ratio steering system with drive-by-wire technology for a natural linear throttle response. Interior design is sparse, with an aluminum frame structure reminiscent of a road racing bicycle so passengers can experience the invigorating "cutting-through-the-breeze" feeling evoked by its design from inside the car, as well.