Honda Collection Hall – Excellent Service From Japanese Honda
Huge service for those bored at home from the Japanese brand!
Japanese automotive manufacturer Honda has provided a special service for those who are staying at home due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Honda Collection Hall offers the opportunity to see all the legends of the brand together with a 360 degree virtual tour …
Honda lovers who do not leave their house under Covid-19 measures, which affect the whole world, can examine the important models in the history of the brand with a virtual tour in Honda Collection Hall.
The Hall, located on the Twin Ring Motegi track in Japan, hosts over 300 products developed by Honda and allows them to be visited on a 360-degree virtual tour.
Honda Collection Hall
HONDA’S HISTORY AT THIS EXHIBITION
Opened to virtual visits with Honda’s new approach, Honda Collection Hall opened in 1998 with the aim of revealing the passion that inspires the brand’s mass production models and racing machines.
Honda Hall, where the most iconic products that mark the 70-year history of Honda are exhibited, has 3 separate floors. The virtual tour participants, who can visit these floors without getting up from their seats, have the chance to experience the history of the brand with videos and photos.
Honda lovers can see the automobile, motorcycle and power products divisions on the 2nd floor. Being the first ‘compact sports’ model introduced in 1963, S500 stands out as the star of this field.
Besides the brand’s legendary models such as Prelude, NSX and Civic, models such as Kei Cars, one of the micro cars that have an important place in the development of the Japanese car market.
In addition, some of Honda’s oldest models, such as the Honda N360, the first mass-produced micro car launched in 1967, are on display here.
The iconic two-wheeled vehicles on display include the world’s first mass-produced four-cylinder motorcycle CB750 and oval-piston NR.
The 3rd floor of the Honda Collection Hall displays Honda’s race history. In this area, Honda still competes today with single-seat racing cars, GTs and motorcycles.