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Honda Gijutsu Kenkyo was registered in 1946.
Honda also produces cars and garden tractors.
Initially, there was complete certainty in the direction of development, the primary task was the sale of a small batch of manufactured motorbikes, and with the proceeds to purchase equipment for the production of machines for textile products.
However, the shown demand for the proposed motorbikes turned out to be very promising, and it was decided to master the development and production of its own power units.
Already at the beginning of 1947, the production of two-stroke, 1-cylinder 49-cc A series engines, with a capacity of only 1 hp, was launched. for a year, the novelty captured 66% of the domestic market.
1948 marked the beginning of the official history of Honda motorcycles, which was marked by three significant events at once.
First, a new engine plant was launched in Hamamatsu.
Second, together with the production of motorbikes, they began to produce 3-wheeled cargo motorcycles of the B series.
The third important event, and the history of Honda motorcycles has become - registration under the new name of Honda Motor Co., Ltd. Currently one of the largest motorcycle concerns in the world.
Following 1953, the lightweight model of the Benly motorcycle was released, which was a practical copy of the German NSU Fox motorcycle.
In March 1969, a significant event took place in the history of Honda, the serial production of the new Honda CB750 model was launched, which eclipsed all its competitors.
Honda CB750 had an in-line 736 cc, 4-cylinder engine with one overhead camshaft and air-cooled and developed a power of 67 hp, the motorcycle accelerated to 200 km / h.
Honda has always been proud of its sports bikes, which allowed it to conquer the most prestigious championship titles and titles in road-circuit motorcycle races as well as in motocross and rally-raids.
The history of the Honda company possesses and proven facts of innovation, engineers for the first time in the world decided to use a chassis made of aluminum alloys.
In 1977, it was the first to acquire an aluminum diagonal frame, a Honda CR125R cross-country motorcycle; a year later, an aluminum frame was manufactured for its older brother CR250R.
A little later, on a duplex frame made of aluminum alloy in 1999, the Enduro XR650R sports bike was produced with a 4-stroke 649 cc power unit with a capacity of 62 hp.
The hit on a duplex aluminum alloy frame in 2002 was the Honda CRF450R crossover motorcycle with a 4-stroke 449 cc engine with 55 hp.
Nowadays, the already famous Honda Motor Co., Ltd. - is a conglomerate with 75 factories in 38 countries of the world, the output of which is more than 5 million copies of motor vehicles.
It is worth noting that an insignificant part of the total amount is produced and sold in the domestic market directly in Japan itself.