Honda

  • Honda enters the robotic lawnmower race with the Miimo

    Honda’s first robotic mower is coming to the U.S. this summer (Aussie Winter). Nobody seriously enjoys spending hours cutting grass every few weeks, regardless of how good your playlist is. Like many tasks that humans hate, robots are here to do them for us. The Honda Miimo features 3...
  • Stoffel checks out the new Honda Civic Type R in Melbourne

    Earlier this month we brought you news of the new 2017 Honda Civic Type R with its crazy triple exhaust and aggressive styling. Honda are ready to show it off to Aussies this weekend, coinciding with the Formula 1 Australia Grand Prix. There’s a lot of changes in this year’s...
  • Honda Civic Type R has a triple exhaust

    At the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, Honda revealed their new Honda Civic Type R. The new Type R has been engineered from the ground up, with a focus on delivering one hell of a hot-hatch that’s at home on-road or the track. There’s a new 2.0L VTEC Turbo engine that produces a...
  • McLaren Honda’s 2017 F1 car demands attention with unique front wing

    This year Formula 1 is resetting, everything is new again. As a result of massive rule changes,  teams are completely revamping their cars. Once of the biggest changes on the grid in 2017 will come from McLaren Honda with the launch tonight of thier MCL32. Check out the amazing plethora of...
  • Review: 2016 Honda Civic VTi-LX

    The Honda Civic has a long history that dates back to 1972. In the 44 years since then, car technology has changed dramatically and the 2016 Civic VTi-LX is the latest top model expression of that, from Honda. After spending a week in the car, it does an amazing job...
  • Honda NSX now available as DLC for Forza Horizon 3

    The Acura NSX has been named Road & Track 2017 Performance Car of the Year. While its unlikely you’ll ever get to drive one in real life, you can now drive it virtually with the release of a new Alpine Stars DLC pack for Forza Horizon 3. The 2017 NSX...
  • Honda NSX leveraging aerodynamics for more grip, less drag, better cooling

    When it comes to performance, you have 3 options, increase power, reduce weight, or reduce drag. The latest NSX is going to focus a lot on the third, leveraging F1-style engineering to create a system Honda are calling ‘total airflow management’. This concept is designed to achieve superior levels of...