The fourth generation of the much-loved Honda Prelude saw the demise of pop-up headlights, but brought new-found performance in the form of the 2.3 H23A1 motor. Delivering the most horsepower yet (around 160) the Prelude Si could no longer be classified as a compact car in Japan. With its new luxury classification came other changes to some of the trademark appeal of the Prelude. The Japanese VTEC Si had in in-dash TV as an option, a visionary design when you consider the prerequisite in-dash screens of today’s cars. On the exterior, the rear end was rounded rather than squared off and sat high in comparison to previous models, while the front fascia was wider. Tune up your “Lude” and represent for the Honda fan-boys (and girls) of Forza Motorsport 5.