2014 Honda City makes its global debut in India later today. To be offered with a diesel engine for the first time in history, the new City is the second mega product from Honda Motors for India this year. The first was Amaze, which was launched back in April this year.
Honda Vezel urban SUV production model is on display at Tokyo Motor Show 2013. Naming will change in Europe where a launch is expected in 2015.
Honda Motor Company Limited, has revealed that the next 12 months will see the launch of three new cars from the company in India. These include the new City sedan next week, a new Jazz hatchback in Q1 2014 and Mobilio MPV by Q2 2014.
Honda FCEV Concept offers an insight into potential styling direction their next gen fuel-cell electric vehicle expected for a US and Japan launch in 2015. This will be followed by Europe.
Brian Gillespie took the mighty LSR Honda Insight to the dry lake beds in southern California to participate in a test of speed at El Mirage SCTA Meet. Everything was going according to plan. The day was sunny, whether forecast couldn’t be better, but fate had something else in store.
The cat is out of the bag. In 2014, Honda India will launch two new cars, Jazz hatchback and Mobilio MPV. To be launched in markets by mid 2014, it is the Jazz hatchback which will be launched first, followed by Ertiga rival, Mobilio 7 seater MPV.
Honda unveiled the new Urban SUV production model at Tokyo Motor Show today. The vehicle is called Vezel for the Japanese market. To be launched in Europe during 2015, a name befitting the European model will be confirmed on a later date.
Honda finally took wraps off the production version of their Urban SUV at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show today. Named Vezel in Japan, the new compact SUV from Honda will be launched globally, including in India and Europe.
With 2013 Tokyo Motor Show curtains ready to be raised, Honda showcased the new Civic Type R development car at their in-house test track in Tochigi, Japan. With launch scheduled in 2015, the camouflaged car is undergoing extensive testing in Europe and Japan.