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LEGO Life-Size Honda Civic Type R

LEGO Life-Size Honda Civic Type R

The Honda Civic Type R is the latest in the growing number of life-size LEGO car models. Honda Australia commissioned the project, which took over 1300 hours to make and has over 320,000 pieces. It has lots of functioning lights. More on Carscoops.

Honda e Prototype

Honda e Prototype

We prefer the boxier Honda Urban EV Concept, but its near-production version still packs a lot of charm. The e Prototype now has four doors, and retains its massive digital dash. It will have a range of nearly 125mi and charge to 80% in 30min. Production will begin in 2019.

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Tesla + Honda = Teslonda

Tesla + Honda = Teslonda

Automotive madman Jimmy Built managed to cram the drive unit from a Tesla Model S and the battery pack from a Chevy Volt into an old Honda Accord. The result is a crazy lightweight car that can do 0-to-60 in about 2.7 sec, and sounds like a remote-controlled toy doing it.

2018 Honda Monkey

2018 Honda Monkey

Honda’s classic mini motorcycle returns with a look greatly inspired by the original. It has a 125cc engine, upside down forks, twin rear shocks, LCD instrument panel, ABS, and LED lighting all in a 236lb package. It will be available in three colors.

Lasercompo Scooter Model Kit

Lasercompo Scooter Model Kit

theKirkshop makes a laser-cut sixth-scale model kit based on Honda’s folding scooter, the Motocompo. The Lasercompo is made of maple and walnut plywood, walnut veneer and acrylic. It takes about 2 to 3 hours to assemble and has working steering and wheels.

K-Speed Honda Super Power Cub

K-Speed Honda Super Power Cub

Honda commissioned Thailand-based motorcycle shop K-Speed to customize the 2018 Honda Super Cub for the retro motorcycle’s launch. The shop’s Super Power Cub is modern and beefy yet retains a vintage charm by leaving the lower fairing. More on Bike EXIF.

Honda 3E-D18 Robotic Workhorse

Honda 3E-D18 Robotic Workhorse

Honda’s concept autonomous ATV is designed to work like a robotic pack mule, carrying loads to work sites, and also performing tasks like plowing snow, tilling soil, or harvesting crops with attachment modules. It’s rugged, has a 4-wheel drivetrain, and runs on electric power.

Honda Riding Assist-e Motorcycle

Honda Riding Assist-e Motorcycle

This electric motorcycle is only a proof of concept, but Honda is keen on using its Riding Assist technology on production models. The self-balancing hardware takes up only the bike’s front end. Honda hopes to first launch it on its touring motorcycles.

Honda Urban EV Concept

Honda Urban EV Concept

The Honda Urban EV Concept is an incredibly charming mix of past and future. Its squat and boxy body is tempered by a LED-lit grill that has a message board. Inside is a massive digital dash and two bench seats. A production version will be released in Europe in 2019.

Shanghai Customs eCub Electric Scooter

Shanghai Customs eCub Electric Scooter

Shanghai Customs used a Honda Cub frame to create a beautiful electric scooter. Like custom PCs, the beauty of the eCub shines thanks to its excellent cable management. Shanghai Customs is working on the eCub’s second version as well as DIY conversion kits. More on BikeEXIF.

Motoism Honda GL500-JPN Motorcycle

Motoism Honda GL500-JPN Motorcycle

German bike shop Motoism is turning 16 Honda GL500 Silver Wings into street trackers. The Honda GL500-JPN is equipped with a tweaked 50hp engine and radiator. It also has Tokico CBR600RR disc brakes, Öhlins rear monoshock, and custom exhaust, lights and rear seat.

Honda: Dream Makers

Honda: Dream Makers

Vehicle maker Honda and a team of talented artists pay tribute to the creativity and effort that goes into the production of modern motion pictures, peeling back the layers of the visual effects onion, and reminding us how little of what we see on screen these days is real.

Deus Sea Sider

Deus Sea Sider

Deus Ex Machina Customs stripped a 1974 Honda Super Cub C70 down to its most essential parts, paired it with a 1995 Honda Astra engine then made a basket, exhaust, seats and a surfboard rack to create a sweet, lightweight beach bike.

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2018 Honda Civic Type-R

2018 Honda Civic Type-R

Good Bad News everyone! The production version of the new Civic Type-R is almost exactly the same as its prototype. It’s still front-wheel drive, it still looks over-the-top, and it’s still coming to the US. Its 2L turbocharged VTEC produces up to 306hp and 295lb.ft. of torque.

Honda Riding Assist Motorcycle

Honda Riding Assist Motorcycle

Honda’s one-off Riding Assist motorcycle uses an advanced steering actuator to keep itself balanced at rest or at low speeds. Its front wheel and fork can also be adjusted to provide greater balance. As a bonus, it can move on its own and follow a subject.

Honda Civic Type-R Prototype

Honda Civic Type-R Prototype

The badass big brother to Honda’s hot new hatch looks incredible, with beefy aero bits, a brushed aluminum wrap, carbon fiber skirts, 20″ piano black rims, and a 2.0-liter turbo-4 rumored to push out around 340 horses. The best part? This Type-R is coming to America.

2017 Honda Civic Hatchback

2017 Honda Civic Hatchback

A sporty new variant of Honda’s ubiquitous daily driver. In Sport trim, the fantastic looking hatch version gets a 1.5L turbo 4 with up to 180hp and 177 lb-ft. of torque, a 6-speed manual or CVT, and great fuel economy to boot.

2017 Acura NSX: Budget Hypercar

2017 Acura NSX: Budget Hypercar

Carfection checks out the new NSX to see if it’s still a daily driver supercar. The answer is a confident “yes,” with the car’s cutting edge tech working so well you barely notice they’re there, and you’re left with a familiar, comfortable and fun driving experience.

Honda: Great Journey

Honda: Great Journey

Honda commissioned designers and big thinkers from Map Project Office and Mori Inc. to conceptualize how autonomous vehicles could improve lives around the globe, and built small prototype models of their seven concept vehicles to help demonstrate. More here.

Motorelic Honda FT500 Ascot

Motorelic Honda FT500 Ascot

Motorelic overhauled Honda’s failed street bike into its ideal form. They lowered its front forks, added a rear hoop then worked their metalworking magic with the front plate, seat and exhaust. Homeward Bound’s racing paint job completed the rebirth. More here.

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Deus Ex Machina Firefly

Deus Ex Machina Firefly

Deus Ex Machina’s new Japan branch turned a 1961 Honda Super Cub – the Beetle of motorcycles – into a race-ready machine. Aside from increasing the engine’s output by 20%, the shop also custom made parts such as the monocoque body and adjustable race shocks.

2016 Honda Africa Twin

2016 Honda Africa Twin

The reviews are in – the new Honda Africa Twin is a worthy successor to its predecessor and its Dakar Rally roots. The CRF1000L has a 998cc parallel twin motors, 6-speed manual or DCT transmission, ABS and adjustable torque control.

Honda Grom 50 Scrambler Concepts

Honda Grom 50 Scrambler Concepts

Honda’s bestselling bundle of joy might become this century’s Mini Trail 50. The Grom 50 Scrambler Concept One and Concept Two are both 50cc bikes. The One has a sporty look while the Two has a retro street design. More details at Car and Driver.

Honda: Stepping

Honda: Stepping

Kim Gehrig directed this wonderful spot for the new Honda HR-V, in which a team of talented steppers move and groove in perfect formation as the vehicle provides a central focus. While the compact crossover is surprisingly spacious, we doubt it really seats 40 though.

1964 Honda S600 Hot Rod

1964 Honda S600 Hot Rod

Jay Leno’s Garage checks out a half-motorcycle, half-car hybrid. Matt Brown turned a dilapidated ’64 Honda S600 into a little bundle of joy using a 160hp 1000cc Honda CBR 1000RR engine, BMW differential, Miata brakes, and Yamaha shocks.

2015 Honda S660

2015 Honda S660

The tiny Japan-only S660 has a 660cc 3-cylinder engine that produces 66hp, but Car and Driver says a variant with a 1L 125hp turbocharged engine will make its way to the US. The video is in Japanese, but a gear head’s glee is universal.

2015 Honda Civic Type R

2015 Honda Civic Type R

The production Civic Type R is even more aggressive and powerful than its concept model. Its 2L turbo VTEC engine produces up to 310hp and delivers 295lb.ft. of torque at only 2500RPM. It also goes round the Nürburgring in 7:50.

Honda: Keep Up

Honda: Keep Up

Honda promotes the Civic Type-R, the NSX and its other new vehicles by helping you speed read. Seriously. Just keep your eyes on the middle of the video and press play. Ready for level 2? Go! Oh we’re not done yet! Goooo!

Civic Type-R: The Other Side

Civic Type-R: The Other Side

Honda UK made two short films to juxtapose the Honda Civic and its alter ego, the Civic Type-R, then loaded them both in one frame. After you hit play, you can switch between the two short films by pressing ‘R’ on your keyboard.

2015 Honda Stateline

2015 Honda Stateline

The Stateline has a long, low-slung profile and takes riders from city to country in comfort and style. Driven by a high torque 1312cc V-twin engine, we especially love the new blue metallic paintjob. Also available with anti-lock brakes.

Honda: Wolf Rider

Honda: Wolf Rider

“You wanna ride? Yeah? You wanna ride?” The Onion promotes Honda motorcycles with this funny mini series about a man who quits his boring job to become a hero… and probably a hobo in debt. More here.

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