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Honda is Industry Leader for Fuel Cell Technology

Honda is blazing the trail when it comes to fuel cell technology. In fact, if the concept car of the Honda FCEV is any indication, then we are pretty confident Honda is setting the standard.

The Honda FCX was the world’s first production vehicle out in 2002. Honda’s FCX clarity came out in 2008 and turned even more heads. The next generation will arrive in 2015 and judging by the looks of the concept car, it will be incredible.

We think it’s a great thing for Honda to continue on developing new technologies because people want options and fuel cell technology is just one more option for people to consider as they evaluate the costs of filling up their vehicles with gasoline every day.

According to this article, “Inside, the Honda FCEV Concept provides ample seating for five thanks to new powertrain packaging efficiencies, which include the world’s first application of a fuel cell powertrain integrated completely within the engine compartment. The fuel-cell stack has an output of over 100 kilowatts with a power density of 3 kilowatts per liter, a 60 percent improvement from previous iterations.”

The Honda FCEV will give drivers a range of about 300 miles, comparable to that of the Tesla Model S. And better than standing there for an hour waiting for your car to charge (like the Model S or other EVs), the Honda FCEV can be refueled in about three minutes.

We are excited to see what the production model of the Honda FCEV looks like and proud that Honda continues to push the limits on modern technology!

Honda Teases the Future at Tokyo Auto Show

The Tokyo Auto Show, as one might imagine, is one of the most prestigious auto shows in the world. Honda reserved the most floor space to unveil 18 production models and a few other concept cars. All are wow-worthy.

While there is much to review with the production models and the concept cars, including the much-buzzed-about NSX, we won’t review all of it, but we thought this quote summed up nicely the current vehicles Honda is producing and the vehicles yet-to-come: ““I would like our customers around the world to feel the strong spirit of Honda. Please keep your expectations high for these two sports models. Now, future cars cannot simply be fast and cool. They also must not show any compromise in the area of environmental concerns,” said Takanobu Ito, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. president, chief executive officer and representative director.”

And not just the sport models. Honda also had on display its insanely successful and popular (on all accounts) 2014 Honda Accord series (gasoline, hybrid, hybrid plug-in, etc.).

Certainly the astounding-looking NSX and S660 concept vehicles got lots of buzz, but another one that got a lot of attention was the urban SUV, Vezel (which will go by a different name when it hits the U.S.)

According this article, “Another must-see at the show is the world premiere of the N-WGN, the fourth model of the N Series of mini-vehicles, as well as the world premiere of the planned production model of the second-generation Global Compact Series, which is based on the Urban SUV Concept that was unveiled at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in January.

“We believe that this new model will serve as a basic car for the future of mini-vehicles, N-WGN. The N-WGN is a mini-vehicle that balances everything at a high level, including spaciousness, safety and driving performance that go beyond those of conventional mini-vehicles and far exceed customer expectations,” said Sho Minekawa, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. senior managing officer and chief operating officer for regional sales operations.”

Undoubtedly the Tokyo Auto show is stirring up a lot of excitement in Honda and about Honda. We just can’t wait!

Honda Debuts Fuel Cell Concept Car

At the L.A. Auto Show earlier this week, Honda unveiled its hydrogen fuel-cell concept car. The product model will be available in the U.S. in two years!

According to this article, “The Honda FCEV Concept hints at Honda’s future direction for fuel-cell vehicles,” said Tetsuo Iwamura, president and CEO of American Honda Motor Co.  “While this car is a concept, it points toward a very real future.”

As futuristic and far off as “hydrogen fuel-cell” technology sounds, we’re excited to have more options of the types of cars we can choose from…especially ones that will save us money on gas and give fabulous range.

“Like the concept, the production version will seat five passengers and have a range of more than 300 miles, Honda officials said. Both are improvements from the four-seat and 240-mile range of Honda’s Clarity, a fuel-cell vehicle that it has made in limited numbers and leased for testing to about two dozen drivers in California.”

What do you think? Are you excited about hydrogen fuel-cell technology? Would you drive one of these cars?

 

Honda’s Mini Sports Car to Make Big Impact

It has been a while since Honda unveiled a mini sports car like the S660 concept revealed in Japan.

According to this article, “The S660 will be one of the six minicars Honda plans to introduce by 2015 to challenge Toyota Motor Corp. subsidiary Daihatsu Motor Co. and Suzuki Motor Corp., the leaders in a category that accounts for about 40 percent of new-car sales in Japan. Minicar sales are projected to rise this year in Japan even as total industry demand shrinks after the end of government incentives, according to researcher IHS Automotive.”

The low cost of these mini sportscars is what attracts most people, especially hobbyists.

What do you think? Would you buy one of these mini sportscars?

Check Out Honda NSX Concept Teaser

Honda has teased it’s upcoming replacement for the NSX with the Concept-GT hybrid race car.

Yes, you read that right: hybrid race car.

But this isn’t an CR-Z on steroids. The new NSX will blow your mind; just check out the pictures.

According to this article, “the company just announced the NSX Concept-GT, a hybrid race car which is designed to compete in the Japanese SUPER GT series (GT500 class). Unlike the street version, which features a mid-mounted V6 and three electric motors, the Concept-GT boasts a 2.0L turbocharged direct-injection I4 paired with a “racing hybrid system”.

THAT is a hybrid vehicle anyone would be happy driving.

Honda Teases New Vehicles for Shanghai Auto Show

Honda and luxury brand Acura release a couple photos teasing two concept vehicles that will be showcased at the Shanghai Auto Show in a couple weeks.

The photos, while lacking detail, look amazing. The brief article that comes with the photos states that the Honda photo looks like a minivan and, while it may be that, it looks like it could also be a full-sized crossover or larger CR-V-type vehicle. The Acura photo looks like a full-sized that could be bigger than the Acura MDX.

We won’t have to wait long to see picture of the real vehicles because the Shanghai Auto Show is at the end of the month. What would like you like to see from Honda? A made-for China minivan or a full-sized crossover?

 

Acura NSX a Showstopper at Detroit Auto Show, to be Built in U.S.

Here is brief video (without any commentary) featuring the incredible-looking new Acura NSX at the Detroit Auto Show. It will also be the first supercar built in the U.S., probably Ohio.

“”To me, the great and exciting part about this whole thing is that the NSX is going to be the only supercar built in the United States” by a mass-market automaker, Honda sales chief John Mendel said in an interview at the show.”

We think it is incredibly cool and significant that the Acura NSX “supercar” be built in the U.S. Acura parent company, Honda, is showing its dedication to the American auto industry and economy. It will probably be a small plant because Honda expects the hybrid-powered sports car to be a selective seller, but even a small plant can make a big difference to communities and local economies.

It will make a statement like the Acura NSX makes a statement.

Last year the Acura NSX was a concept car without an interior and one of my favorite parts of this concept revealed in the video is the red (please be velvet!) interior. And here is my favorite part of the article, “…[the Acura NSX] still has the ridiculous sense of excess – huge wheels tucked under curved metal fenders, with more space dedicated to an engine than for passengers – that any vehicle hoping to be known as a supercar should have.”

 

 

Honda Unveils its Urban SUV Concept at Detroit Auto Show: Video


Honda has teased us with peek-a-boo pictures of its Urban SUV Concept and, while we liked what we saw, we were really excited to see this short video by CNET showcasing the sleek looking compact SUV at the Detroit Auto Show recently.

See the video HERE.

As the video takes us through an abbreviated two minute tour of this silver bullet with LED lights, we were pleased to see the versatility of the inside of the vehicle. The Urban SUV will regularly be able to seat five, but the back seats fold down flat to provide a lot of storage space (perfect for transporting all those things that urbanites transport). In fact, the commentator drew a very fair comparison of the Urban SUV to the popular Honda Fit (“on steroids”) that has the same kind of versatility. However, the Urban SUV is quite bit taller than the Honda Fit, so you’ll be able to get even more urban stuff in there.

I was surprised to hear that Honda’s Urban SUV is nine inches shorter than the it’s older sibling in the compact SUV family, the Honda CR-V. I surely doesn’t look nine inches shorter and with the ability to seat five AND those fold-down seats, we’re betting it doesn’t feel nine inches shorter.

Expect to see Hondas Urban SUV in markets in 2014!

Honda Releases Teaser Picture of Urban SUV Concept

We are very excited to see the all of what Honda teased in a picture of an “urban SUV concept” vehicle. The image shows off what Honda says is a “global concept model combining a sporty and dynamic SUV profile with a spacious, functional interior.”

We can’t wait to see the concept car unveiled at the North American Auto Show in Detroit next month. If past concept vehicles are any indication, this concept SUV won’t be too much different then the one that will be mass manufactured by Honda. As this article states, “ the “concept” show car is a thinly veiled, dressed-up version of a car that already has a go-ahead for production.”

Based on this picture, what do you think? Are you excited about Honda’s new SUV concept?

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