1969 Honda N600 Will Be Brought Back To Life
There is a special Honda N600 from 1969, whose story unfolds through the eyes of devoted vehicle lovers and mechanics and shows viewers the journey of the legendary vehicle throughout the years. Launching today on Honda's social channels, brand's online content series feature one of the first Honda vehicles in America and its compelling story.
Back in 1969, after a decade of growth that led Honda becoming one of the most popular brands in America, the brand embarked a new project to sell vehicles in the United States. And as you might have already figured out, Honda does it first with the N600 model lineup that is just 122 inches in length and can actually fit between the wheels of the same full-size American cars from that time.
Furthermore, the N600 featured an all-alloy power unit, capable of achieving 9000 rpm and reaches a top speed of 145km/h (81kW). This was a well-built vehicle that not only delivered some incredible performance rates, but also offered and one of a kind fuel efficiency.
What you will see from Honda's series is a well-made introduction by one of best Honda mechanics, TIm Mings, known for his ability to bring even the devastated vehicles back to life. So, go online, search the video and tell us what you think down in the comment section!