This is just me daydreaming, but what if GM worked with Honda to build that coupe just like Subaru and Toyota did. Honda used to sell performance cars for the masses, Acura used to have the RSX and the integra both cars that were very popular with young drivers. Now Honda makes mostly boring cars outside of the civic SI (depending on your tastes) and the Accord, which has a good CVT but still has a CVT. Im sure they would be very content to appeal to young drivers again particularly with the launch of the 2015 NSX as their halo car. On the other hand, Reuss would like to build a small RWD lightweight coupe, but doesn't want to use the alpha platform since its not as scalable and efficient. the 2 company co-developing that car could be beneficial for both of them. Honda used to have the S2000, but now they dont have a RWD platform anymore, meanwhile im sure GM could use alot of their learnings with the Alpha platform to develop another lightweight one if they have help. They could even use one of those high revving v-tec engines which, imo, have a TON more personality than the 2.0 boxer engine found in the FR-S/BRZ.
So what do you guys think of the idea? Do you think its realistic?