Honda opens museum doors on Google street view

Honda opens museum doors on Google street view

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Honda opens museum doors on Google lane view

After the recent success of Lamborghini’s virtual tour launch of the Sant’Agata Bolognese museum, Honda has launched its own idea. Using Google’s Street View technology the manufacturer’s museum in Japan’s Tochigi Prefecture can now be viewed on your computer, memorial or smart phone, completely free of charge.

Located at the Twin Ring Motegi, the Honda Accumulation Hall first opened to the public in 1998. However, you can now view the three floors of the prominent museum online. A variety of Honda motors including production bikes and mill-race cars are housed in the museum, also featuring the archive room and a special cross-section dedicated to Asimo (the world’s most advanced humanoid robot). Using the new Google Streat Prospect tour, you can also observe the display for the Honda FCX clarity fuel cell mechanism.

If you’d like to experience the Honda range in person, contact us at our dealerships in Reading, Newbury and Bracknell. Our get will take you through each model in detail and can also arrange a analysis drive for you.


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