Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL),
leading manufacturer of premium cars in India, organised a fun-packed day out
exclusively for children by offering an experiential tour of the Honda Pavilion
at the ongoing Auto Expo 2018. Around 25 children of Deepalaya, a Delhi
NCR-based NGO working for betterment of children and society, were given an
opportunity to spend the day at the Honda Pavilion among innovative mobility
concepts and Honda’s line-up of cars. The tour was dubbed the “Power of Dreams”
and gave the young visitors a chance to see the stylish, advanced and
The tour started with the
firsthand experience of the showcased products – the all-new Honda Amaze, Honda
CR-V and Honda Civic – followed by a unique show on the Honda’s unique
self-balancing personal mobility device – Honda UNI-CUB ß (beta). The children
were quite thrilled with the Honda’s original balance control technology and an
omni-directional driving wheel system in the UNI-CUB ß (beta).
Yoichiro Ueno, President & CEO, Honda Cars
India, said, “Our theme is ‘Future Forward’ and we believe that children are
the future of India and deserve to witness the latest technology in mobility.
We were delighted to host the children at our pavilion, as Honda believes in
creating intelligent products that enhance mobility and increase the joy in
Source: Honda Cars India
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