Honda is no stranger to making things that fly. After setting its foot firmly in the private jet’s arena, the automobile company has revealed its plan for a “new mobility ecosystem”.
If you are stuck in time like me, you probably have forgotten that Honda NSX did get a second generation. That was in 2016 after the first-gen was discontinued in 2005. It continues to exist as Acura NSX in North America because, well, it is a supercar.
There are nice cars out there that won’t break the bank. Some people think nice cars are only for those who can afford them, but this is not true. There are many nice cars on the market that cost under $30,000 and they will still give you a nice ride!
Are you planning to buy a new car? Will you be driving the new car around the city but are confused about what would be the apt car for driving around the city? Are you excited about the all-new Jeep Wrangler but doubt its use and practicality for city driving?
Honda is not new to making power equipment such as lawnmowers, but excavators? That has to be something new. And no, while super cute, the micro excavator you see here is NOT a kiddie ride (though it may very well be one).
The last time we talked about a Honda Super Cub and a Honda Monkey, they were heavily custom. Not this time. This time, I find myself strangely drawn to these two new two-wheelers from Honda, the 2022 Honda Super Cub C125 and Monkey 125.
Honda is calls it the 11th-gen Honda Civic, but to a layman, it looks pretty much like the previous generation which, if I can be honest, I love to hate. Not the engine though. It’s just the design that irks me, like, a lot. I can’t help but to think that Honda’s designers were trying …
Good news, fans of classic Transformers. Takara Tomy has officially revealed two new Transformers Masterpiece transforming action figures, namely, Skids and Reboost. Yes. THAT Skids; NOT the messed up Bayverse’s version. The Transformers MP-53 Skids and MP-54 Reboost transforms into a Honda City Turbo and Honda City R, respectively – as seen in the original …
Here’s a new Casio EDIFICE Honda Racing timepiece. Unlike previous Casio x Honda Racing EDIFICE wrist watches, Casio x Honda Racing EQS-930HR ain’t not about Formula 1; it is a celebration of Honda Racing’s achievement in the MotoGP.
Casio collaboration with Honda is not new. In fact, recently, it had revealed the third Honda Racing watch. However, this latest collaboration is not an EDIFICE and neither is it related to motorsports. It’s a G-Shock GRAVITYMASTER and it is with Honda wholly-owned aviation company, HondaJet.