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Honda files patent for car inspired by 2&4 track car concept

It appears that Honda might be serious about its wonderful Project 2&4 concept. If you're not familiar, this was a roadster originally shown to the public at the 2015 Frankfurt auto show. Honda designers developed a concept vehicle that attempted to bridge the gap between the world of high-performance sports cars and motorcycles. Hence the...

Honda adds a little NSX sportiness to its marine engines

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Mercedes wasn't the only automaker injecting a little sports car sexiness into the 2017 Miami International Boat Show, which wrapped up on Monday. Honda stopped by to showcase a concept outboard engine that pulls design cues from the Acura NSX sports car, adding a little extra flair to whatever vessel it's powering... Show More Summary

Honda's Most Highly-Anticipated Model Will Finally Arrive in Production Form In Geneva

last weekVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

The 2017 Geneva Motor Show is expected to host a treasure trove of world debuts, be it of the production or concept variety. That much is known as some of the biggest automakers in the world will be in attendance, ready to showcase its new wares to the entire industry. Show More Summary

Honda’s Concept Outboard Takes Wing

Honda's concept outboard borrows design elements from the NSX automobile.

Honda files a patent for a mid-engine sports car similar to the Project 2&4 concept

There are some very interesting features here we hope translate to a production car. Continue reading Honda files a patent for a mid-engine sports car similar to the Project 2&4 concept Honda files a patent for a mid-engine sports car similar to the Project 2&4 concept originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 16 Feb 2017 17:15:00 EST. Show More Summary

Honda Marine unveils Acura NSX-ispired concept engine

last weekVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

Honda Marine is hoping to bring a little of the Acura NSX to the water.

Honda Civic Type R morphs into production guise for Geneva - Roadshow

Also making an appearance are the Clarity Fuel Cell and NeuV concept from CES 2017.

Honda Civic Type R morphs into production guise for Geneva - Roadshow

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

Also making an appearance are the Clarity Fuel Cell and NeuV concept from CES 2017.

This Honda Marine concept engine brings a little NSX to the water

More engines need deep blue paint and dark chrome accents. Continue reading This Honda Marine concept engine brings a little NSX to the water This Honda Marine concept engine brings a little NSX to the water originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 16 Feb 2017 11:31:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments

Honda Attempts to Sell Hydrogen Power With Vastly Unsettling Ad Campaign

Telling someone that you can run a car on hydrogen — a greenhouse gas — and emit clean water as the singular byproduct is already an extremely novel concept. You don’t need a laser light display or sideshow antics to make that fact more interesting or palatable. Show More Summary

Honda develops self-balancing motorcycle concept

2 months agoVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

It will likely have semi-autonomous capabilities as well.

Honda demonstrates self-balancing bike, improved voice recognition technology

2 months agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Honda took the wraps off a self-balancing motorcycle, its Cooperative Mobility Ecosystem, and the NeuV concept, which we’ve already detailed. Honda Riding Assist motorbike While self-balancing bikes aren’t an entirely new idea, Honda’s new Riding Assist concept (above) doesn’t use large gyroscopes, which it says add too much weight and impact upon the riding experience. […]

Honda's NeuV concept is a robo-car with a side hustle video - Roadshow

2 months agoVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

Rather than sitting idle all day, the New Electric Urban Vehicle could generate income through carsharing and trading energy with the grid.

Honda unveils NeuV and Riding Assist concepts at 2017 CES

2 months agoVehicles / Cars : Motor Authority

Honda’s theme of its 2017 Consumer Electronics Show presence is something it calls the Cooperative Mobility Ecosystem, where via artificial intelligence, robotics and big data the various aspects of one’s life are combined in order to foster safer, more productive use of time. For example, Honda predicts a future where self-driving...

Honda wants its newest concept car to become your personal self-driving taxi

Honda thinks owners of its concept New Electric Urban Vehicle (NeuV) could have it pick up and drop off passengers when they're not using it. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »

Honda NeuV concept works hard to make a living when the owner’s away

2 months agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

The Honda NeuV concept has been unveiled at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, and is said to tackle the problem of idleness. Specifically, the automaker claims that privately owned cars sit idle and unused 96 per cent of the time. Mike Tsay, principal designer at Honda R&D Americas, says the NeuV was designed to “become […]

Honda's Self-Balancing Riding Assist Technology

2 months agoHumor / odd : The Presurfer

Honda has unveiled a well-balanced piece of motorcycle technology designed to help riders stay in the saddle at low speeds. The Riding Assist concept bike has an adjustable front fork that assumes a wider angle to increase stabilityShow More Summary

Honda NeuV concept makes itself available to everyone - Roadshow

2 months agoVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

Unveiled at CES 2017, Honda's NeuV concept shows what a future ride-sharing vehicle might look like.

Honda is borrowing a page from Tesla with its new concept car

Honda seems to be aligned with Tesla when it comes to its vision for the future of transportation. Honda unveiled a concept car, dubbed the NeuV, at the Consumer Electronics Show on Thursday. The vehicle is self-driving, electric, and meant for a ride-sharing service. Show More Summary

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