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 |  Sep 21 2012, 1:02 PM

Honda President and CEO Takanobu Ito delivered a mid-year speech yesterday to outline upcoming products and the company’s goal to double it’s car sales by 2017.

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 |  Jun 12 2012, 11:42 AM

According to Honda CFO Fumihiko Ike, vehicles made in Japan and exported to America for sale are currently “losing money.”

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 |  May 01 2012, 4:31 PM

The newest commercial from Honda highlights the brands long history, and the new designs that will carry them into the future.

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 |  Jan 13 2011, 9:57 AM

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With the Tokyo Auto Salon just around the corner, Honda Motor Co. has announced its star lineup for this year’s show. For 2011, Honda will be putting the spotlight on Honda Access Corporation*2, the company’s in-house aftermarket parts manufacturer. Showcasing what they’re all about will be the TS-1X, based on the new CR-Z.

In addition to the TS-1X, other cars on display will include Honda’s Super GT HSV-010 GT, Formula Nippon FN09 and Honda’s Indy Car Series’ 2011 Indy Japan 300 mascot car for their race cars. From their Modulo line will be a Sports Modulo NSX, STEPWGN, CR-Z and Fit Hybrid. Three other cars Honda will be highlighting are a pair of themed Honda” Freed Spike caravan models and an Acty truck painted in a special Tokyo Auto Salon color.

Honda will also have several motorcycles in their booth this year.

Stay tuned as AutoGuide.com will be bringing you extensive coverage of this year’s Tokyo Auto Salon.

GALLERY: Honda’s Tokyo Auto Salon Lineup

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Official press release available after the break.

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