Afternoon tea powered by Honda's NSX
Who knew that Honda had engines that can boil water? Find out more at http://bit.ly/1goHmvr or to read about the cogeneration engine technology behind the story, visit http://bit.ly/1hJBGLL. Tea anyone?
Audi R8 V10 v Honda Civic Type R Mugen - autocar.co.uk
Can a hot hatch match a supercar on the road? More pictures and details at http://www.autocar.co.uk/News/NewsArticle/AllCars/250390/
Honda CR-Z Mugen - Fifth Gear Web TV
Thanks to some serious mods from Honda's tuning specialists Mugen, this outrageous one-off version of the hybrid coupe is capable of producing 197bhp and getting to 60mph in around 6.5 seconds. We took Mugen's £150,000 prototype to some twisty Welsh roads to give it a proper thrashing.
Honda CR-Z Mugen Hybrid v Ariel Atom Mugen - Auto Express
Full review: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/videos/videoreviews/269185/mugen_vs_mugen_revi ew.html#ixzz1QBbY7ovl Mugen is a company that doesn't do things by half -- and lately Honda's tuning arm has been extremely busy. The world's most skeletal car, the Ariel Atom has been given a power Boost without the need for a Supercharger. The result is a 270bhp output from its 2.0-litre Honda-sourced engine that makes it just about the fastest thing on four wheels. Alongside the Atom Mugen we drove the CR-Z Mugen -- currently a one-off tuned version of the hybrid coupe.