Even as Honda is full speed ahead preparing the successor to the original Acura NSX, the Japanese automaker is not forgetting its past.
The first video below shows a behind-the-scenes look at a Honda timeline of sorts, featuring some of the Japanese automaker’s most notable products. Honda’s long history of making cars and motorcycles is brought to light as the production team for the video lines up vehicle after vehicle. Leading the pack, of course, is the new NSX concept, with memorable Hondas trailing behind, including the 1990 NSX, and the automaker’s first hybrid, the 1999 Honda Insight.
Other significant cars following the NSX include the 1991 Honda Beat rear-drive two-seater, which was the last car to be approved by Soichiro Honda before his death in 1991. Further down the line is the 1994 Honda Odyssey (Honda’s first minivan) and a couple of Honda’s very first production cars, the classic S500 convertible and T360 pickup truck. The 1982 Honda Prelude, Honda’s first sports car development from the Civic platform, also makes an appearance.
Check out the making of the timeline in the first video below, and the finished product in the second video to find out which Honda products make appearances.