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New HR-V hybrid already in Europe
New HR-V hybrid already in Europe

The 2022 Honda HR-V e will be the only model offered in Europe. A few months after the 2022 Honda HR-V crossover debuted in Europe and Japan, the company has officially confirmed that the car will be sold exclusively in the e: HEV format in the Old Continent. The hybrid powertrain includes a 1.5-liter DOHC… More

Honda will accelerate the transition to electric
Honda will accelerate the transition to electric

The Japanese automaker could accelerate the transition to electric vehicles if EU authorities ban the sale of cars with classic internal combustion engines as early as 2035. Honda Motor CEO Toshihiro Mibe said, “If the rules change, we will have no choice but to respond.” A representative of the brand said that the transition to… More

Civic to Lamborghini Aventador

Indian tuners from Dream Customs have published a video showing the new project. In 25 days, they turned the eighth generation Honda Civic into a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ. As a result of numerous modifications, the replica received a completely new body and interior elements of the supercar. You can find out the donor car only… More

Real photos of the honda N7X serial were leaked to the network
Real photos of the honda N7X serial were leaked to the network

The design of the commercial version of the Honda N7X concept was revealed on the Web, the future novelty “lit up” on patent images published by the AutonetMagz portal. It is expected that this is a crossover, which will enter the market as a new generation BR-V model, and the first country for an SUV… More

Electric Honda Prologue will be released on the General Motors platform
Electric Honda Prologue will be released on the General Motors platform

The Honda Prologue SUV will open a new chapter for the brand in the North American market in early 2024. The electric car is being developed on the basis of the “Jimmy” Ultium platform. Honda has confirmed that it will partner with the Prologue to release its Acura-branded counterpart as part of the same partnership… More

New Civic Hybrid and Type R: when to wait?
New Civic Hybrid and Type R: when to wait?

Along with the presentation of the 11th generation five-door hatchback Civic, which will enter the conveyor in the United States this year, Honda made an important announcement: in 2022 the new Civic Hybrid and Civic Type R will be added to the family. About the first it is known that it will receive a proprietary… More

New Civic hatchback unveiled officially
New Civic hatchback unveiled officially

The company expects the body style to appeal to “young, active buyers.” The front end of the Civic Hatchback has a different grille than the sedan, by incorporating hexagonal vents instead of horizontal strips like the four-door. The most significant changes are in the back. This model is visually more compact as the rear overhang… More

Honda will be the first to replace the entire lineup with electric cars
Honda will be the first to replace the entire lineup with electric cars

The brand’s management announced its intention to end the production of cars with traditional internal combustion engines by 2040. This made the brand the first among Japanese automakers to take this step. Earlier, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said that the country is moving to a new path of development, announcing the achievement of carbon… More

New Honda Super Cub 125 with passenger saddle
New Honda Super Cub 125 with passenger saddle

The new 2021 Honda Super Cub 125 is slightly different from last year’s model, but there is one very important detail: the passenger seat. In addition to the saddle, we added footrests for the passenger and changed the suspension settings. The Honda Super Cub 125 is now Euro5 compliant and continues to be powered by… More

Honda develops “wire clutch”
Honda develops “wire clutch”

Honda engineers continue to work hard on new technologies for motorcycles and motorcyclists. The electronic clutch control system is among the developments that are already at the stage of obtaining a patent. In the original, the system is called “clutch-by-wire” (by analogy with ride-by-wire or brake-by-wire). The idea is to eliminate mechanical clutch control. The… More