Honda installs new Bi-directional Charging Technology at European R&D Centre

Honda installs new Bi-directional Charging Technology at European R&D Centre Energy can be drawn from and returned to the grid with new hardware New charging station is another step towards a zero-emission society Project is collaboration between Honda, EVTEC and The Mobility House Installation tests the integration of electric vehicle batteries and renewable energy sources Honda has invested in advanced bi-directional charging technology at its European R&D site in Offenbach,... Read more

FIA Formula One World Championship – Round 20: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – November 26, 2017

“We wish each other well for the next chapter in our respective histories” A hard-fought but ultimately rewarding end to a challenging Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and the last of the current McLaren Honda partnership. Both drivers made strong starts off the line, but Stoffel slipped back a couple of positions on lap one after being squeezed into the first corner. Fernando fought hard to close up to Felipe Massa in 10th position in front, and the team’s strategy worked perfectly to leapfrog him... Read more

WTCC World Touring Car Championship 2017 – Round 09: Macau – November 19, 2017

Castrol Honda’s Norbert Michelisz Closes on Points Lead with Macau Podium  OPENING RACE - Michigami Makes WTCC History with Macau Podium Ryo Michigami made history on the legendary Macau street circuit as he became the first Japanese driver to finish on an FIA World Touring Car Championship podium. The Japanese driver had started third on the partially-reversed Opening Race grid and held his position throughout the event, which was stopped short of its intended distance because of a... Read more

WTCC World Touring Car Championship 2017 – Round 08: Japan – October 29, 2017

Castrol Honda’s Nobert Michelisz Wins for Honda on Home Soil Norbert Michelisz braved torrential rain to take a superb FIA World Touring Car Championship victory on Honda’s home soil at Twin Ring Motegi in Japan. The victory was his third of the season and the fifth for the Castrol Honda World Touring Car Team; a result that launched the Hungarian into second place in the Drivers’ Championship. Starting from pole position, Norbert led the race, which was red-flagged and declared... Read more

FIA Formula One World Championship – Round 19: Brazilian Grand Prix – November 12, 2017

“A Fantastic Display of Controlled, Hard Driving” Fernando Alonso drove his heart out in a race-long pursuit of Felipe Massa, ending his Brazilian Grand Prix in a hugely impressive eighth position. Starting from sixth, Fernando was overtaken by the Brazilian on lap six. He settled down in hot pursuit of the Williams driver, and only lost positions to the faster cars of Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo before he reached the chequered flag. After making his sole stop of the race... Read more

Honda’s Portable Inverter Generators supplying Clean Power for all your Needs

The precision of Honda's inverter technology ensures its power is closer to "line power" more than any other generator design. Their inverter generators produce power that is as reliable as the power you get from your outlets at home. What’s more Honda engineers use inverter technology to integrate parts from the engine and the generator. For example, the alternator on our EU10i, EU20i, and EU30iS is combined with the engine flywheel. This allows inverter generators to be smaller and lighter weight... Read more

The Honda Brushcutter leads the way in all areas

The Honda Brushcutter features Honda’s GX35 mini 4-stroke engine which is among the lightest and quietest 4-stroke engines on the market today. But don’t let its small size fool you, this engine is both powerful and durable. It also has many other advantages… The GX35 advantages: No mixing
 - The Honda Brushcutter uses regular unleaded petrol. You never have to worry about mixing petrol and oil. That saves time, effort, and hassles. And with a Honda brushcutter, there’s no... Read more

New CB1000R and Africa Twin ‘Adventure Sports’ lead Honda’s 2018 line-up at EICMA (Milan Motorcycle Show)

‘Neo Sports Café’ CB1000R brings a striking, unique new identity to Honda’s naked bike line-up Multiple engine modes, 15kW power up and 12kg weight reduction compared to previous CB1000R bring a totally new level of performance New CB300R and CB125R share the same modern, minimalist look, and a wealth of premium specifications for young and ‘step-up’ riders Africa Twin ‘Adventure Sports’ version marks 30th anniversary of original and offers even more adventure-oriented capability Africa... Read more

CB4 ‘Interceptor’ concept adds futuristic extra dimension to Honda’s EICMA (Milan Motorcycle Show) line-up

The 2017 Honda stand at EICMA featured a Design Studio area showcasing the design work of Honda’s R&D facility in Rome. This year’s exhibit was the CB4 ‘Interceptor’ - the result of ongoing research around the ‘Neo Sports Café’ design theme which first bore fruit in the ‘CB4 Concept’ shown at EICMA in 2015. The new concept model adds an evocative ‘Sport Endurance’ tone to the original design language of the CB4 Concept, creating a new perspective on the world of the... Read more

2018 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports – First Look Review

By Greg Drevenstedt (RiderMagazine.com)  Since its introduction for 2016, Honda’s CRF1000L Africa Twin has been a runaway success. It has been a best seller in the red-hot adventure-touring segment, and it has proven itself to be a solid platform in road tests and comparisons. Powered by a torquey, compact, liquid-cooled 998cc parallel twin and available with either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), the Africa Twin rolls on off-road-ready 21-inch... Read more