At the 20th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles
(ESV) held in Lyon, France, two Honda development engineers were recognized
for their extensive contributions to improving vehicle safety by being ...
Delivering on its commitment to safety, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., has steadily advanced the application of core safety features as standard equipment on its entire fleet of Honda* and Acura models, regardless of size or price. With...
American Honda Co., Inc., today provided an update on the application of advanced
safety technology based on its industry-leading 'Safety for Everyone'
By the end of the 2006 calendar year, following full introduction ...
Honda today announced plans to advance toward its "2010 Vision" for North American automobile operations, in conjunction with a wider global strategy announced in Japan today by Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Honda's North American plan include...
American Honda Motor Co., Inc. is
displaying Honda's ASV-3 Advanced Safety Vehicles at the North American
International Auto Show in Detroit beginning January 15th. These vehicles are
equipped to exchange positional informati...
Honda's "Safety for Everyone" initiative
applies an increasingly comprehensive and industry-leading approach to vehicle
safety by providing enhanced levels of occupant protection to Honda and Acura
vehicles regardless of size...
American Honda Motor Co., Inc., announced
today a new voluntary program to provide important safety information to consumers.
Monroney labels (window stickers) on all 2006 model year Honda and Acura cars
and light-duty truck...
American Honda Motor Co., Inc., is dedicated to applying
advanced safety technologies to the full range of Honda and Acura products over
the next several years through its 'Safety for Everyone' initiative. This industry-leading
Honda R&D Americas, Inc., today
debuted an all-new Automotive Safety Research Facility that
seven advanced safety testing laboratories, including the world's
most sophisticated high-resolution crash barrier block and the
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced
development of a crash compatibility body frame structure that
provides greater safety in collisions between vehicles of differing
size and weight. The new body design, which builds on Honda's
Safety is a top priority for Honda
in the development of all products. Based on its commitment to
offering "Safety for Everyone" through technology and innovation,
Honda is improving safety for drivers and passengers of small
"Safety for Everyone"
Remarks by Tomiji Sugimoto
Senior Chief Engineer, Honda R&D Co., Ltd.
Management Briefing Seminars - August 7, 2003
Thank you, Dave. And good morning ladies and gentlemen.
It is a
real honor for me to be he...
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. announced today that it has completed
construction of an indoor all-weather vehicle-to-vehicle crash test
facility at the Tochigi center of Honda R & D Co., Ltd.
Honda has invested 6.8 billion yen in this f...