Company Overview

Company Name

Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

Head Office

2-1-1, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8556, Japan
Tel: +81-(0)3-3423-1111 (main)


September 1948

President and Representative Director

Toshihiro  Mibe

Executives of Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

Main Products

Motorcycles, automobiles, and power products

Capital (as of March 31, 2020)


Number of Associates (as of March 31, 2020)

Number of Associates

Honda group companies: 430 domestic and overseas affiliated companies (as of March 31, 2020)

Honda group companies

Consolidated financial results (for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2020)

Consolidated financial results

Status of shares (as of March 31, 2020)

Status of shares

Worldwide unit sales for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2020
(Automobiles: retail, motorcycles and power products: wholesale)

Worldwide unit sales for the fiscal year ended

Business / Activities

Main Businesses


Yearning to Give Everyone Freedom in Mobility

From commuter models loved all over the world, to fun-to-ride dynamic sports models, Honda manufactures a wide range of motorcycles that provide the convenience and pleasure of riding to customers worldwide.

In October 2017, the Super Cub, the world’s most loved, ultra long-selling commuter model, reached an accumulated production of 100 million units. In 2018, Honda released several unique models, including a completely revamped Gold Wing Tour flagship tourer, and a new generation CB series, the CB1000R, CB250R and CB125R. Honda leads the motorcycle market, continuing to pursue even more joy of mobility.


Making World-class Cars with Our Own Hands

Manufactured at a specialized factory in North America, the NSX showcases Honda’s cutting-edge technologies, and is assembled only by the most experienced associates. Its premium performance and quality is realized through 34 years of manufacturing in North America, and Honda’s passion to “bring the joy of driving to this modern era.”

To satisfy customers worldwide, Honda boasts a full range of cars, from the best-selling Civic and HR-V / Vezel global models, to the Ridgeline pickup truck for North America, and the N-BOX mini-vehicle for the Japanese-specific category. Acura, Honda’s luxury brand in North America, China and other regions, produces high-quality cars in line with its brand slogan “precision crafted performance.”

Power Products

Aiming to Enrich People’s Lives with Technology

Honda delivers to customers in over 150 countries and regions, over 6 million power products annually, spanning its general-purpose engines, and products powered by them, including tillers, generators, snow blowers to lawnmowers, pumps and outboard engines. Honda is also developing and producing electrified products useful in many facets of life, delivering new value such as the Miimo robotic lawnmower, and the LiB-AID E500 new era portable power source. Honda also lease-sells to businesses the Honda Walking Assist Device, an assistive device for use in the training of walking based on the theory of human walking amassed through Honda’s robotics research.

Honda will continue to provide customers around the world with power products that are familiar and useful, spreading the “joy of usefulness” by maximizing and pursuing the possibilities of its engine and electrification technologies.

Business Creation

Aircrafts and Jet Engines

Taking the "Joy of Mobility Freedom" to the Skies

In late 2015, Honda introduced to the world the HondaJet, a new form of personal mobility. Honda’s unique technologies such as over-the-wing mounted engines, realize a superior mobility experience in the skies. Building on its popularity in North America, Latin America, Europe, South East Asia, China and India, HondaJet began accepting orders in Japan by June 2018.

Honda is jointly developing the HF120 turbofan aircraft engine with General Electric, a world-leading provider of jet and turboprop engines. Honda Aero, Inc., Honda’s aircraft engine subsidiary manufactures the HF120 engines, which are retailed through GE Honda Aero Engines, LLC, a joint venture between GE and Honda. The lightweight, compact, high-efficiency and high-thrust HF120’s superior performance not only powers the HondaJet, but will be delivered to other aircraft manufacturers.