History of Honda safety technologies

Honda began offering a two-point seatbelt, the first of its kind to be available on a domestically produced vehicle, in 1964. In the years since, we have commercialized a series of domestic Japanese and world firsts in safety technology, including an SRS airbag system (1987), 4WS (1987), and pedestrian test dummies (1998). Driving this effort to develop safety technologies is a desire to create an accident-free society in which not only drivers of cars and motorcycles, but all people who use our roads are safe.
Today, Honda continues to focus on safety initiatives based on its commitment and strong beliefs in the area of safety.

Honda technologies that were the first of their kind Safety technology timeline

Page Top

Honda Worldwide site

Home | Site Map | Site Index | About this Site

Copyright, Honda Motor Co., Ltd. and its subsidiaries and affiliates. All Rights Reserved.