Honda has enjoyed success in the US with its Civic and Accord cars, and adds a range of crossover SUVs to its line-up. The company is also the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer; getting its start building motorized bikes in the late 1940s.
The… polarizing... hatchbacks are on display at the Tokyo Auto Salon.
It's a comprehensive platform that covers in-car purchases, games, rewards programs and more.
This may seem like an oddball thing for Honda to do, but remember how much money it spent developing Asimo?
Honda's home-market retro hatchback has miles of style and shocking utility. Plus, it's fun to drive.
Honda’s big crossover solidifies its place at the top with styling, tech and drivetrain improvements.
There may not be any high-dollar, screaming exotica but the variety of powertrains on the list has never been greater.
Their goal is to contribute to a "cleaner, safer and more convenient world."
The new battery chemistry is based on fluoride and would have greater energy density while being less environmentally damaging than current lithium-ion technology.