Yearning to Give Everyone Freedom in Mobility
Honda produces a wide range of motorcycles, starting with commuter models that pioneered motorization and are loved worldwide, to sports models that bring dynamic riding pleasure. The ultra long-selling Super Cub continues to be the de facto commuter model, and is the reason why motorcycles are called "Hondas" in some parts of the world. In 2016, the re-imagined CBR1000RR defined what the modern sports model should be. And at the Milan Motorcycle Show, Honda announced the scooter/offroad hybrid model X-ADV, hailed as the pioneer of a new category. Honda continues to lead the motorcycle industry as its top manufacturer.
Making World-class Cars with Our Own Hands
Honda began manufacturing the new NSX at a dedicated factory in North America, realized only through the dedicated work of associates worthy of being called artisans, and 34 years of North America production heritage. The result is a car with the highest performance, and highest quality. In this age, more than any other, Honda built the NSX with cutting-edge technology, to emphasize the "joy of driving," the spirit of which is uniquely Honda in all of its cars. From the N-Box mini-vehicle sold only in Japan, to the best-selling Civic global model. Honda even produces the Ridgeline pickup truck in North America. In North America and in China, Honda is expanding its Acura luxury brand. Acura, encompassing the meaning of supremacy, produces cars including the NSX, worthy of its name.
Aiming to Enrich People’s Lives with Technology
Honda has provided an accumulated total of more than 100 million a multitude of power products including tillers, generators, snow throwers, outboard engines, and lawnmowers to customers worldwide.
Taking the "Joy of Mobility Freedom" to the Skies
Late 2015, Honda introduced to the world another form of personal mobility, the HondaJet. With Honda’s unique technologies such as an over-the-wing engine mount configuration, HondaJet provides an elegant experience to mobility in the sky. HondaJet sales have begun in North America, Latin America and Europe, to a warm reception. Honda is also jointly developing with General Electric the HF120, a light-weight, compact, high-efficiency and high-thrust jet engine with superior performance that will allow it to be expanded from the HondaJet, to other airplane manufacturers.