When the Geneva Motor Show is upon us this year we are going to see another excellent Honda EV concept model that will take things another step for the brand. Last year we saw the new Honda Urban EV and Honda Sports EV show up […]
Because crossover SUV models have become as popular as they have, and have shrunk in size over the years, many automakers have considered the potential of creating crossover models from the names of cars that we’re used to enjoying.
Ford teased a new Mach 1 EV recently which showed up with Mustang style riding higher on the road as a crossover and the initial reaction was a resounding “no” but it has us thinking that other cars shouldn’t be turned into crossovers either. Here are some that come to mind for you to enjoy:
There’s no doubt that Honda took a chance when it comes to the design elements of the Honda Civic, but so far, it appears those risks have reaped some amazing rewards.
The shape is daring and innovative while the stance is low, long, and wide to offer us the look and feel we want in an attractive and sporty small car for the drive. This car is offered in three body styles which are sedan, coupe, and hatchback, to give you the car that has the look and feeling you want when you take it out for a drive.
Motorcycles have been around a long time and one of the most often used features of a motorcycle is a two-stroke engine. This smaller engine build fits between your legs so that you can straddle the bike and head out on the road. Soichiro Honda, […]
The Super Bowl gives companies a platform for advertising that is unlike any other. With the largest crowd of the year watching this one event companies pay more money each year for the right to advertise during this game even if it’s only a spot that takes up thirty seconds of time. The visibility for this one spot is a great way for companies to show off new products which is one reason why so many car companies are advertised during this big game. It probably doesn’t hurt that car companies make more money than most other industries as well to have the advertising budgets to handle the cost of multiple spots. With that in mind, here is what we saw during Super Bowl 50.