Have you ever wanted to take a tour of the Honda Museum in Japan but can’t afford the plane ticket?
Well, now you can. A virtual tour, anyway.
According to this article on Motortrend.com, “In addition to a modest gift shop, café, and archive room, the first floor also features a special section dedicated to Asimo. Here, Honda shows no fewer than 12 evolutionary steps it took to produce the ultimate live-in assistant. Alongside Asimo is a display dedicated to the Honda FCX Clarity fuel cell vehicle. There’s plenty to see on the second floor, whether you’re a fan of Honda’s two or four-wheeled vehicles. Included among the collection of cars are the NSX, an Accord station wagon, a first-generation Honda Prelude, and the Civic. One wall is even dominated by Honda’s collection of lawn mowers. Finally, the third floor is dedicated to the automaker’s motorsports heritage. There, you’ll find a 1990 McLaren Honda MP4/5B, which Ayrton Senna raced (and won) in a number of GPs.”
So if you’ve ever wanted to see all that the Honda museum has to offer but don’t have the vacation time, check out the virtual tour!