Still offering their Accord and Civic vehicles for the new millennium, Honda also reinvents its image with three new models for 2000. The Honda Insight is realized as the first hybrid gasoline/electric production car to be sold by a major automaker in the United States. Combining a three-cylinder engine with an electric motor for up to 70 miles per gallon highway fuel economy, the 2000 Insight's very aerodynamic shape adheres to a 0.25 drag coefficient. Another new Honda model attracting attention for 2000 arrives in the form of a new Odyssey minivan. The all-new Honda Odyssey is a considerable advancement beyond the previous model growing substantially in size and powered by a V-6 engine. Rear-entry doors of the 2000 Odyssey are sliding as opposed to the hinged design used earlier. The 2000 Honda Odyssey is one of the first minivans to provide an optional navigation system. Third and perhaps the most exhilarating addition to the Honda line-up comes in the form of a rear-wheel drive roadster. The 2000 Honda S2000 is a two-seat convertible fitted with a 240-horsepower powerplant.