After the situation we are in due to the COVID-19, the Honda Collection Hall opens its doors through the Google Street View app to all fans so they can see the more than 350 models on display. An authentic work of art for any motor enthusiast who hasn`t had the option to visit it.
During the visit we will be able to relive the best moments of the company from our home and be able to see the more than 70 years of history, distributed in three floors where the most emblematic vehicles are located. On the first floor there are, among other things, facts about the beginnings of its founders, Soichiro Honda and Tajeo Fujisawa. These started with the company after World War II.
On the second floor we find both motorcycles, cars and engines, highlighting the S500 created in 1963, which was the first car created by Honda. One of the most mythical motorcycles in this place is the NR500 oval pistons or the CD750 Four among others.
Deep into the third floor, we observe the sporting part of Honda, where you can enjoy single-seaters and racing motorcycles. Highlights include the Mclaren-Honda piloted by Ayrton Senna or the NSR500 four-time world champion piloted by Mick Doohan.
Without a doubt, this is a unique opportunity to visit the beautiful Honda Collection Hall, where engine lovers will surely spend many hours enjoying their jewels and details. Make the virtual visit by clicking here.