Acceleration (0-60 mph, 0-100 km/h, 1/4 mile times) top speed, hp and other specifications for new and classic Honda's
Wikipedia - Honda
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Honda Technology Research Institute Company, Limited or simply called Honda, is a Japanese multinational corporation, headquartered in Tokyo.
Honda manufactures automobiles and motorcycles. Honda also produces a long list of other products like scooters, atv trucks, jets, robots, jets, bikes, water craft, lawn and garden equipment, marine engines etc. Honda's line of luxury cars are branded Acurain North America and China.
Honda is the largest engine-maker in the world, producing 14 million combustion engines each year and is also the largest manufacturer of two wheelers in the world.
The company was founded by Soichiro Honda. After working at Art Shokai, Soichiro Honda developed his own design for piston rings in 1938 – and sold them to Toyota. During the 2. World War, Honda’s piston manufacturing facilities were almost destroyed. Soichiro Honda created a new company with what he had left. The home market was decimated by the 2. World War. Japan was starved of money and fuel, but still needed basic transportation. Soichiro Honda attached an engine to a bicycle and created a cheap motorcycle. The new company was founded in 1946 and he officially gave his company the name Honda Research Institute Company Ltd. in 1948 .
Honda's first full-fledged motorcycle was the 1949 Dream D-type. It was a 98cc engine producing 3 HP. This was followed by a wide rance scooters throughout the 1950s.
By the 1970s, Honda became the world largest producer of motorcycles, and stil remains so.
The company began developing road cars in 1963, mostly intended for the Japanese market. The first production vehicle by Honda was a tiny, 30 HP pickup truck. This was followed by Honda's first production automobile, the S500 2 door roadster with 44 HP at a high 9,500 RPM redline and a 4-speed transmission.
Honda established a foothold on many markets, including the American market in 1972 with the introduction of the Civic. Honda introduced a very sofisticated engine, the Compound Vortex-Controlled Combustion in the 1975 Civic. This allowed the Honda Civic to meet emission standards without a smog pump or a catalytic converter. It also obtained the lowest fuel consumption rating of any vehicle available in The United States of America.
In 1986 Honda was the first Japanese automaker to introduce a separate luxury line of vehicles, the Acura.
In the near future Honda is going to launch low-priced hybrids. You can read more about Honda's history on http://en.wikidedia.org/wiki/honda.
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