Honda logos


Honda Motor Company (commonly known as Honda) is a Japanese car, motorcycles and power equipment manufacturer. They were founded in 1946 in Japan by Soichiro Honda and Takeo Fujisawa. Honda is currently the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, reaching a production of 400 million units by the end of 2019. As of 2021 Honda owns two car brands: Honda and Acura, Acura being their luxury cars brand. The Honda logo is a large “H”, this being the first letter in the company name. The “H” is narrow at the bottom and wide at the top, as if the logo is “reaching for the sky”. This would be in line to Honda’s official slogan “The Power of Dreams”. The Honda logo is featured in a few colors, either it’s completely red or black with a white background or it’s a silver insignia with the company name under it. Honda (known as Honda Motor Company) is a Japanese multinational car automaker. They produce both cars, and also motorcycles. Honda was first founded by Soichiro Honda and Takeo Fujisawa in 1948, in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan. Honda is another car company (in America) that is known for its versatility and affordability. In America, the most iconic part of the logo is the rounded, encircled H, often depicted in silver. Sometimes, the logo has an image of simple red wings to go along with it. These wings are often depicted in older models, however, sometimes they are brought back for new products.