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Honda wins world-first approval for Level 3 autonomous car
Honda on Wednesday won approval to sell Level 3 autonomous cars in Japan, in what the automaker and Japanese authorities said was a world-first.The auto giant said it planned to put the vehicles, capable of taking over driving in circumstances such as a busy highway, on sale before next March.Vehicle autonomy is classified along a scale from 0-5, with 5 indicating essentially total autonomy.The "type designation" approved by the Japanese government Wednesday "enables the automated driving system to drive the vehicle instead of the driver under certain conditions, such as when the vehicle is in...
Motormouth: Why did windows roll down?
Q: I own a 2018 Honda CRV. Imagine my surprise when I went to the garage and found all the windows and the moon roof totally open. My research showed that when you press the fob a certain way, either accidently or on purpose, this happens. Imagine finding your car filled with water or snow. The dealer claims not to know anything about this or saying this can’t be fixed. I have been unable to find anything in the Honda literature that even mentioned this. Tried to duplicate this, locked the car, then hit unlock once then a second time for about 10 seconds. Yep, that’s what happens.J.W., Aurora,...
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Honda to launch world's first level-3 autonomous vehicle by March
Honda Motor Co. will become the world's first automaker to sell a vehicle with "level-3" autonomous driving technology, which will operate under such conditions as when the car is in congested traffic, the company and the transport ministry said Wednesday.Honda said it has obtained approval from the ministry and plans to launch its Legend sedan with the level-3 autonomous driving capability in Japan by March.Level-3 autonomy allows the driver to engage in different activities including reading and watching TV behind the wheel in certain conditions such as slow traffic on congested expressways,...
Honda raises net profit outlook to 390 bil. on cost-cutting efforts
Honda Motor Co. on Friday raised its net profit outlook to 390 billion yen ($3.8 billion) in fiscal 2020 from the previous projection of 165 billion yen due to cost-cutting efforts amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.The Japanese automaker revised upward its projected operating profit to 420 billion yen in the current business year through March from 200 billion yen forecast in August. Its sales estimate is also upgraded to 13.05 trillion yen from the 12.80 trillion yen.In the April to September period, Honda said its net profit fell 56.6 percent to 160.05 billion yen from a year earlier. Oper...
Honda assures fair judges
Honda assures fair judgesJoaquin Henson(The Philippine Star) – October 21, 2020 – 12:00amMANILA, Philippines — Three Japanese judges will be named to work the much-awaited fight between No. 1 contender Giemel Magramo of the Johnny Elorde stable and No. 2 Junto Nakatani for the vacant WBO flyweight crown at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo on Nov. 6 with promoter Akihiko Honda guaranteeing fairness in the scorecards if it goes the 12-round distance.Magramo, his father/head trainer Melvin, assistant trainer Toto Laurente, Elorde and Mig Elorde are waiting for their Japanese visas to be issued any day ...
Honda、「CIVIC TYPE R」をマイナーチェンジ - 国内200台限定モデルも設定
Hondaは10月9日、「CIVIC(シビック)」シリーズの「シビック TYPE R(タイプアール)...
Honda going electric and ExxonMobil slumps: the clean energy tide turns
September was the hottest month since records began, and the numerous extreme weather events, whether ice shrinkage in the Arctic and Antarctic, wildfires in California or floods in France, are finally beginning to get through to climate sceptics. COVID-19 may be overshadowing everything just now, but there is this nagging feeling that if we can’t even handle that effectively, how can we overcome this far greater challenge? It is by no means all bad news on the climate breakdown side, though, as illustrated by two stories juxtaposed in the Financial Times recently.The first was the announcemen...
Honda pulling out of Formula One
PARIS: Honda will withdraw from Formula One at the end of the 2021 season as part of the car industry’s move away from internal combustion engines, the company announced on Friday.The Red Bull and Alpha Tauri teams use power units made by the Japanese manufacturer.Honda said its industry was undergoing a “once-in-one-hundred-years period of great transformation” and it was pursuing “carbon neutrality by 2050” using “future power-unit and energy technologies, including fuel-cell vehicle and battery technologies”.“To fulfill the expectations of its fans, Honda will work together with Red Bull Ra...
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