Danny Berg of Cobra USA pays homage to Honda’s classic CL77 Scrambler. Berg added new exhaust and a seat to a 2010 Shadow RS750, rounding it out with masterful painting and detailing.
How much hipster can you pack in a Honda Jazz? A lot: books, bicycles, typewriters and healthy doses of snobbery. Check out Honda Australia’s website and see what else was packed into a Jazz.
Last seen at the recent Anime L.A. show, this Star Wars CR-X mod is every bit as awesome as it looks. From Yoda in the passenger seat to R2-D2 riding in the trunk, it’s the ultimate geek ride.
Tiny two-wheelers pimped out to the next level, these scooters break boundaries with bodies and seats as wide as those found in choppers, huge tires, and loud designs and color schemes.
Honda’s 3R-C may be a minimal urban transport vehicle, but maxes out with sci-fi coolness; the three wheel single seater features a battery electric drivetrain and a low center of gravity.
Honda’s HSV-010 GT is now official: the GT500 racer will compete in the 2010 Super GT Series in May and sports a 3.4L liquid-cooled V8 good for 496 hp and 289 lb-ft. of torque.
The NSX in all but name, catch a glimpse of Honda’s HSV-010 as engineers test it at the Suzuka Circuit; it’s production-feasible but track-only and packs a 3.4L V8 for GT500 racing.
The EV-Cub is a green version of Honda’s ridiculously popular 50cc Super Cub motorbike; along with the EV-N, it’s part of their research into short-distance commuter vehicles.
Clad in a futuristic, layered aero fairing, Honda’s new VFR 1200F is the future of their motorcycle brand: it’s powered by a 1237cc V-4 with optional dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Honda’s new 2010 Shadow Phantom is a “bobber”-styled cruiser with a liquid-cooled 745cc V-twin, low 25.7″ seat height and blacked out engine and rims with silver accents.
Looks like we’ll be piloting BattleMechs soon: Honda has developed a brain-machine interface (BMI) that uses blood flow and electrical potential to control an ASIMO robot. Thanks, Sonic!
Most aero-kits do everything but make cars more aerodynamic, but Mugen’s Zero-Lift bodykit for the 2010 Honda Insight is a rarity: it claims to create zero lift and improve handling.
Instant nostalgia for Honda bike enthusiasts: the classic Monkey, first sold in the 1970s is now being re-released with fuel injection and refined looks; it can go 252 miles on a gallon of gas.
Although a little late to the Chopper party, the Honda Fury is worth a look with a 1300cc liquid-cooled V-Twin, tucked-in radiator, hidden rear monoshock and unusual use of a shaft drive.
Ever since Back to the Future II we’ve been praying for a Mr. Fusion reactor; San Francisco-based Jim Mason shows how he built a trash-powered “gasifier” to run his Honda Accord.
Formally called the Ecological Drive Assist System, the 2010 Honda Insight’s dash is basically a big one-up on the Prius; it glows green and grows leaves when you’re driving efficiently.
If you can ignore the fugtastic rear on Honda’s FC Sport concept, the Vader-esque frontend, McLaren-style three seat layout and fuel cell powertrain are pretty intriguing.
In celebration of Honda’s 60th anniversary, this V4 sportbike concept is a peek into the near future and is based around a V4 motor; we’re most intrigued by those funky hubless wheels.
Honda’s DN-01 is designed to rope-in riders looking for alternatives to gas guzzling cars. It gets an automatic transmission with manual shift mode, low seat height, and storage.
Above are fresh pics of the 2009 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade, the first superbike to get ABS. The non-ABS variant is largely the same mechanically but gets a tricolor scheme.
While it’s been called a Prius clone, we welcome the upcoming 2010 Honda Insight (a 90% concept is seen above). The biggest news is its relatively low starting price point of $18,500.
The 2009 Civic Coupe is up at Honda.com; the front fascia gets refreshed with a new grille and lower bumper, while the inside gets a USB port that plays music from any flash drive.
Temple of VTEC has a good writeup of their first impressions with the new 2009 Honda Fit. It’s no Lightning GT, but a “real” VTEC engine and stiffer body structure mean more driving fun.
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