With the FCX Clarity now out of the picture, Honda is looking forward to the FCV’s replacement, a preview of which is set to bow at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. The Honda FCV Concept will be making its North American debut under the lights...Show More Summary
Honda has confirmed that its reborn NSX hero will make its production debut next month, some four years since it first appeared in concept form. The new NSX has appeared a number of times since late 2011, when it first rolled into public as a roadster driven by actor Robert Downey Jr ahead of the first Avengers film. Show More Summary
Joining an increasingly crowded field of automakers producing zero-emissions alternative fuel vehicles, Honda's FCV hydrogen-powered concept car is to make its U.S. debut at the January North American International Auto Show in Detr...
After years of teasing and a bunch of concept cars that look exactly like the final car, Honda/Acura announced that the production 2015 Acura NSX will debut at the Detroit Auto Show next January. Read more...
The LA Auto Show is known for its environmentally friendly vehicle debuts. At last year's show, hydrogen fuel cell concepts from Honda and Toyota joined a lease-ready Hyundai Tuscan FCEV to cast a green hue over the convention center. Show More Summary
This week all of the green car news is focused around the growing number of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles that will soon hit the market. Following the announcements from Toyota and Honda earlier this week, Volkswagen has revealed its new Golf SportWagen HyMotion
The latest concept is closer to production form, but still more than a year away from arriving on the market.
A year ago this month, Honda unveiled its hydrogen fuel cell-powered FCEV Concept. The car represents the basic platform upon which the successor to the automaker's currently-available (but limited-production) FCX Clarity fuel cell vehicle will be based. Show More Summary
The Honda Vamos Hobio Travel Dog was a specially equipped version of Honda's Vamos Hobio microvan catering to dog owners. While the concept had merit, the vehicle was only sold for a limited time and remains memorably mainly due to its unusual name.
My keyboard is smoking as news continues to stream out of EICMA Milan – this time it’s Honda that’s just debuted two new concept prototypes. The True Adventure is Honda’s vision of its next round-the-world Dakar-style adventure bike, and the RC213V-S is a road-going replica of the MotoGP bike Marc Marquez has just conquered the world with. Show More Summary
Okay Honda, you've won the Internet for the week. This cool "double-sided" video, featuring the new Civic and Civic Type R Concept, is one of the more interesting YouTube spots we've seen. On the surface, "The Other Side" shows a regular dad, simply going about his day and picking his daughter's up from school. Show More Summary
A father uses his Civic to pick up the kids from school, then a Type R as a getaway car.
Honda is promoting its new Civic Type R Concept Car with a nifty interactive video campaign that lets you switch between two complementary videos with a press of the R button. In one storyline of the “double-sided film,” a father picks...Show More Summary
Renault has announced they're entering the pickup truck market "soon," and followed up with this Duster Oroch concept. Looks like it's trying to revive the "fun and useful" vibe attempted by the Pontiac Aztek and Honda Element, with some 2014 flair. Read more...
The Paris Motor Show has brought about many surprises from its attending manufacturers. Lamborghini, Infiniti and Toyota have all unveiled concepts that may or may not make it to production. Honda, on the other hand, has unveiled not...Show More Summary
Honda promises the new Civic Type R will be the best performance hot hatch when it hits the showrooms, but I would also like them keep everything just like it is on the concept. Wild. Read more...
Another auto show, another Honda "prototype." The brand has made something of a habit of showing very thinly veiled production models at the world's auto shows, ranging from the Accord, to the Civic and Civic Type-R, as well as the CR-V. Show More Summary
Soon, kids. Soon. The next-generation Honda Civic Type R is finally coming, and we're getting another preview of the hot hatch here at the Paris Motor Show. Of course, this one probably won't be headed to the United States (boo!), but it doesn't mean we can't get excited. Show More Summary
There’s nothing wrong with an automaker showcasing two different concepts before rolling out a production car, which is why I’m not at all surprised Honda is bringing the Type R Concept II to the Paris Motor Show before unveiling its next high-performance Civic hatch. Show More Summary
The reveal of the next-generation Honda Civic Type R has been a gradual one. First Honda showed us a camouflaged prototype, then let us drive one at its Japanese proving ground and followed up with a concept at the Geneva Motor Show....Show More Summary