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Chronology

Note: North American highlights in bold.

2010 March

  • Acura debuts its 2011 TSX Sport Wagon at the New York International

Auto Show.

February

  • Honda subsidiary Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India announces plans to build a new 60,000-unit plant in Rajastan, India, as it expands production at its existing plant, in Haryana, from 1.25 to 1.6 million units.

  • Honda unveils the four-seat EV-N and three-wheeled 3R-C battery- electric urban transport concepts at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show.

  • Honda of America Mfg. begins operations at its new Marysville parts consolidation center, supporting the efficient delivery of parts to the Marysville Auto Plant while reducing fuel consumption and C02 emissions from parts shipments.

  • Honda Manufacturing of Indiana celebrates production its 100,000th Civic since the start of manufacturing in October 2008.

  • American Honda debuts 2011 Honda Odyssey Concept at the Chicago International Auto Show as a precursor to the U.S.-designed, developed and manufactured 2011 Odyssey, the fourth generation of Honda’s popular minivan.

  • Honda earns the number one spot on the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) “Greenest Vehicles of 2010” list for the tenth straight year. The top-rated Civic GX earned its seventh consecutive first-place ranking and is joined by the Civic Hybrid, Insight and Fit on the ACEEE’s list top-12 greenest vehicles for 2010.

  • Honda Performance Development (HPD) begins deliveries of modified

    • 1.5

      -liter Fit engines for competition in the SCCA Formula F series, the entry level of open-wheel racing in America.

  • The all-new Honda CR-Z (Compact Renaissance-Zero) sporty hybrid coupe is launched in Japan.

January

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  • American Honda debuts the U.S. production version of the CR-Z two-seat sporty hybrid car at the North American International Auto Show.

  • Honda R&D Americas, Inc. begins operation of next-generation solar- powered hydrogen station prototype in Torrance, Calif. The new, more compact system eliminates the compressor function while providing enough hydrogen via an 8-hour fill, to accommodate daily commuting in a fuel cell electric vehicle.

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