05.Dec.2017 | ID: 124178
Honda has invested in advanced bi-directional charging technology at its European R&D site in Offenbach, Germany, which is helping to balance demand and store energy more efficiently across the facility. The new charging system incorporates renewable energy generation, and is a test bed for hardware that will be available to private households in the future.
04.Dec.2017 | ID: 123982
Honda will become the world’s first car manufacturer to adopt new state-of-the-art driving simulator technology, based on a revolutionary architecture called DiM250 (Driver-in-Motion).
28.Nov.2017 | ID: 123971
The Honda Civic Type R has triumphed in the coveted BBC TopGear magazine Car of the Year awards, taking a hat-trick of honours. Picking up the hot hatch of the year, international editors’ car of the year and then going on to claim the overall prize, car of the year.
15.Nov.2017 | ID: 123755
The all-new Honda Civic Type R has won the ‘Best Performance Car’ category in the prestigious Women’s World Car of the Year Awards. These international car awards are unique in having a judging panel comprised entirely of women.
15.Nov.2017 | ID: 123707
Honda is supplying two hydrogen-powered Clarity Fuel Cell cars as part of an ‘eShuttle’ service at the 2017 United Nations Climate Conference (COP23) in Bonn, Germany. During the conference, Honda Motor Co., Ltd Executive Vice President, Seiji Kuraishi, will attend the second annual meeting of the Hydrogen Council.
25.Oct.2017 | ID: 115895
Summary of Honda Announcements and Exhibits at the 45th 2017 Tokyo Motor Show
12.Oct.2017 | ID: 115278
Readers of German performance magazine “sport auto” voted Honda’s Civic Type R as ‘Best Import Compact Sports Car’ in the title’s 2017 awards. Over 13,000 voters placed the Civic Type R as best in class during the voting process.
29.Sep.2017 | ID: 114877
Honda will unveil an all-new electric sports car – the Sports EV Concept – at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show on 25 October, as part of a broad range of advanced two- and four-wheeled production and concept vehicles.
12.Sep.2017 | ID: 114051
Honda has confirmed that electrified technology will now feature in every new car model launched in Europe. The announcement was made by Honda Motor Co. President and CEO, Takahiro Hachigo, during his conference speech at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.