Gebaeude
1963_HONDA_E_PLATFORM_IMAGES_SHOT_04_STATIC_DAY_Rev_C
Vitara hybrid
Jazz Hybrid
Ignis
Produktbild Type R schwarz
Suzuki Hybrid Bild
Jimny-3-4-Front-Beifahrerseite
ACROSS_2020_Full_FrontRight_004_WEB
Suzuki Swace
E47F7F2D-A0E7-4AFD-8EBB-40F48F76E2A6

News

TOKYO, Japan, October 13, 2021 – Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today unveiled the new Honda SENSING 360 omnidirectional safety and driver-assistive system which removes blind spots around the vehicle and contributes to collision avoidance and the reduction of driver burden while driving. Further evolved from the previous system, Honda SENSING 360 features an expanded sensing range not only in the front and rear, but omnidirectionally around the vehicle.
The all-new HR-V delivers a unique and responsive driving experience, with exceptional efficiency delivered by Honda’s powerful and efficient two-motor e:HEV powertrain – featured as standard for the first time on a HR-V. The next-generation of the brand’s popular compact SUV offers class-leading space, comfort and utility, as well as advanced safety and technology features, all within a bold and sleek coupe-inspired form.
Hamburg/Frankfurt, Germany, 11 October 2021 - Honda is showcasing the brand’s self-driving technology at ITS World Congress 2021, as part of the L3Pilot automated driving project. The EU-driven initiative, a joint effort of 34 partners from 12 countries, is assessing the viability of SAE Level 3 and 4 self-driving functions on ordinary roads, with Honda providing four Honda AD research vehicles to support the research program. The vehicles are based on the platform of Honda’s Legend executive saloon.
The next-generation of Honda’s HR-V, the brand’s popular compact SUV, has been engineered with a focus on maximising driver enjoyment and comfort. Compared to its predecessor, the all-new HR-V has a more rigid body structure and benefits from extensive suspension, steering and braking enhancements. This allows it to respond more precisely to driver inputs, and delivers a more assured, more rewarding and more comfortable driving experience.
TOKYO, Japan, September 8, 2021 – Honda today announced that it will start a testing program for autonomous vehicles in September 2021, taking a step toward an autonomous vehicle mobility service (MaaS) business in Japan, which Honda is planning to launch under collaboration with Cruise and General Motors.
Honda has confirmed pricing details for its all-new HR-V compact SUV. Starting from £26,960, all variants of this latest generation HR-V are equipped as standard with Honda’s advanced two-motor e:HEV (hybrid electric vehicle) powertrain technology, representing the latest step in the brand’s commitment to electrify all of its mainstream models in Europe by 2022.
Honda has announced that the all-new HR-V, which is set to go on sale across Europe from late 2021, will solely be equipped with the company’s advanced e:HEV hybrid powertrain. By introducing the proven powertrain to the compact SUV, a new blend of efficiency and performance has been introduced to this highly competitive class.
Honda has released the first images of the all-new Civic five-door, the 11th generation of the brand’s class-leading hatchback.
To reflect the values, meet the needs of modern consumers and create a desirable yet practical car, Honda engineers and designers conceived a new proposition for the interior of the next-generation hybrid HR-V. By cleverly incorporating Honda's latest structural technologies and an interior design ethos centred on the concepts of light and wind, the all-new model achieves superior levels of interior comfort and space in the competitive compact B-SUV segment.
Honda has underlined its long-term commitment to World Touring Car competition by again agreeing to provide the Civic Type R Limited Edition as the Official Safety Car of the WTCR - FIA World Touring Car Cup for 2021.