Thursday, January 22, 2015

2015 is "The Year of Honda"

This year will surely be a demonstration of Honda’s innovation and cutting-edge technology.  To start off, the Honda FCV Concept car made its debut earlier this week at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, showing off the next generation of fuel cell technology.   Honda also showed off the all-new Acura NSX supercar, which is expected to be available to order in late summer this year.  The HondaJet made an appearance as well, and will be expected to be available for delivery later this year.  

American Honda also announced that it has some bold plans for the future, to include an electric vehicle and an all-new plug-in hybrid vehicle by 2018, the launch of the all-new 2016 HR-V crossover, a redesigned 2016 Pilot, a completely new 2016 Ridgeline pickup truck, and they will begin introducing new 4-cylinder VTEC® Turbo engines before the end of the year.

"No other automaker in the world has the depth of R&D know-how and experience to create such a diverse array of advanced technology products, let alone bring them to market," said John Mendel, executive vice president of American Honda Motor Co., Inc. "These all-new products and technologies represent significant advancements for our customers and for the future of mobility everywhere; innovations that only a comprehensive mobility company like Honda can truly achieve."

You will want to keep a close eye on Honda this year, as they move forward on new technologies and products that are sure to peak your interest.