Joyful future journeys at Honda

posted September 01, 2016 at 07:00 pm
by  The Standard
Honda’s automobile business unit in the Philippines  will take part  in the 6th Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) organized by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) with exciting vehicle model line-up to showcase on September 14-18, 2016 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City.

Honda Cars Philippines Inc  says it  supports the objective and commitment to contribute to the economy to build the country’s regional leadership in automotive segment. 

This year’s PIMS holds “Steer the Future” theme to communicate better future of the cars with more fuel efficient vehicles and the latest technology and design.  

Honda will be having “Joyful Future Journeys” as a theme as Honda wants to take the fun path for the future. A future that is exciting and pleasant because of Honda’s products and innovations that were built from the brand’s dream. Honda’s innovations are designed to anticipate future driving needs and to make life better with new technologies and features. Joyful Future Journeys will be experienced at the Honda booth in PIMS with the 1st appearance of the much awaited Honda’s affordable 7-seater SUV prototype, a new model additional to the Honda vehicle line-up and updated version of the current models such as the City and the exciting new look of the HR-V for you to check out and see.

This year, Honda will also feature the McLaren-Honda MP4-30. Racing is part ofHonda’s Corporate DNA, as Honda is known in producing engine technology that excels in performance and fuel efficiency.

Topics: Honda , 6th Philippine International Motor Show , PIMS , Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines , Inc. , CAMPI , Honda Cars Philippines Inc.
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