This month’s Frankfurt Motor Show promises to be very important for Honda.
The Japanese company will present its new model range of entirely refreshed and allnew cars for the first time together. Alongside the new line-up, Honda will also showcase design concepts and advanced technologies, all demonstrating Honda’s creativity in meeting the personal mobility challenges of today and the future. 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show will see the allnew HR-V and Jazz models on display. Due to arrive in European showrooms this month, both models combine sophisticated new design concepts with the safety, classleading interior space and versatility customary to Honda models. One of the best selling SUVs in the world, 2015 has seen Honda’s CR-V refreshed for the European market with a new diesel engine and automatic transmission, as well as new safety technology. The 2015 Honda Civic and Civic Tourer feature new sporty exterior and interior styling enhancements, reflected by a new Civic Sport, as well as introducing Honda Connect, an advanced Androidbased infotainment system offering WiFi, Bluetooth, USB, HDMI and Mirror Link connectivity. The new Civic Type R is Honda’s race car for the road and represents Honda’s racing spirit and commitment to delivering classleading performance through creative engineering. The British-built model, which debuted earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show, is powered by an all-new 2.0 litre VTEC TURBO engine and is the most extreme model ever to wear the legendary red badge of a Type R. With unmatched performance in the European front-wheel drive hot hatch segment, the Civic Type R’s peak power output is 310 PS at 6,500 rpm. The Frankfurt Motor Show will also stage the global premiere of ‘Honda Project 2 & 4’. A winner of the global design competition run by Honda between its global design studios, Honda Project 2 & 4 represents the company’s drive to inspire and reward creative thinking. Embodying Honda’s concept of ‘creative craftsmanship’, Honda Project 2 & 4 was designed together by Honda’s motorcycle design centre in Asaka and by Honda’s automobile design centre in Wako, Japan. The project is the result of the company’s continuous effort to create a more exciting user experience. The result is an immersive driving environment combining the experience Honda has in providing the freedom of a motorcycle with the manoeuvrability of a car.
Flying machine the new Honda Civic Type R