Honda traditionally does a great job when it comes to commercials, so we’ve listed a few of them below to boost your synapses and help you remember, or see for the first time, the best Honda commercials ever made!
These innovative videos definitely make an impression and are inviting to watch over and over again. A refreshing change compared to advertisements that try to plant a brand or product in our minds the annoying way.
Pieces of art like these remind us why Honda is such an awesome company. Honda truly uses the power of dreams! Click “continue reading” to see all the video’s. You won’t regret it.
This video shows a Cop giving advice on how to handle the car he just stopped. More cops like that please! Oh and a little advice from us to the cameraman: handle your phone as you would handle the car; Sideways.
You might be thinking that it is impossible to build a full scale Formula Race Car yourself or at least that it will set you back a few hundred thousand $/€/£, but this Honda BAR F1 replica has been built using just £8,000. Kevin Thomas used that money to hand built his version in a specially designed shed, using parts sourced on eBay and swapped with fellow F1 memorabilia collectors.
Remember Ken Block and his DC/Monster Energy powered Gymkhana Movies?
This BJ Baldwin video is a bit like that, but with more bumps ‘nd jumps. BJ Baldwin is a four time off-road champion, currently driving a 800 bhp trophy truck through Ensenada, Mexico trying to win the Monster Energy powered Bet between him and Dan Bilzerian.
I can mumble more about how awesome the guy and a trophy truck is, but it’s better for me to shut up and for you to enjoy the video below…
What is or who are the Kanjozoku? One of the best video’s to answer that question is the video below.
The Osaka Loop is where friendships and rivalries are formed. It is the Kanjozoku’s automotive playground and the strong arm of the law is somewhat weaker there, as you can tell by the way the Kanjozoku treat the boys in blue.
The Kanjozoku hunt like a pack of wolves. Individual identities dissolve behind masks and removed license plates. It is for that reason too that the Jason Mask has become such an icon for the Kanjozoku. When these racers race the loop, they become something else. They become one like a true automotive family. Only then can you stand strong.
The Honda Civic is their primary (but not their only) weapon of choice and it is undeniably connected with the Kanjo (and JDM) culture. The nimble, cheap, reliable and fast little racing machines are suited perfectly for weaving through traffic. The car is responsive and handles and stops very well. But hey, I’m sure you already know that 😉
Enjoy the infamous Kanjo racers from Osaka, Shot by Bowl Films & Stickydilljoe