Honda Motor Co., Ltd., a Japanese multinational conglomerate, is renowned globally for its automotive division’s innovation, reliability, and performance. Established by Soichiro Honda and Takeo Fujisawa in 1946, Honda quickly rose to prominence as a leading manufacturer of motorcycles before venturing into automobile production in 1963 with the introduction of the T360 mini-truck and S500 sports car. Honda’s commitment to engineering excellence and technological innovation has produced a diverse lineup of vehicles ranging from fuel-efficient compact cars like the Civic to high-performance sports cars like the NSX. The company is also at the forefront of hybrid and electric vehicle technology, with models such as the Insight and Clarity contributing to its reputation as an environmentally conscious automaker. With a global presence and a reputation for quality and reliability, Honda continues to be a driving force in the automotive industry, providing innovative solutions for mobility and transportation around the world.

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MT April 1963 - European Report
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