Honda Motor President to Discuss Future Technologies at NAIAS

10 January 2000

Honda Motor President Hiroyuki Yoshino to Discuss Future Technologies at North American International Auto Show
          - FCX Fuel Cell and Spocket Concept Vehicles on Display -

     WHAT:     Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Hiroyuki Yoshino
               will speak at Honda's press conference at the North American
               International Auto Show, featuring the FCX fuel cell concept
               car, Spocket concept three-in-one vehicle and Accord Super-ULEV
               sedan.

               Honda is the world's largest engine maker, selling more than 10
               million engines each year for automotive, motorcycle, marine
               and power equipment applications.  Yoshino will discuss future
               engine technology and environmental issues.

     VISUALS:  Interviews with engineers and designers from Honda R&D.

               Concept vehicles on display.

               Broadcast quality footage of concept and production vehicles

     WHERE:    Cobo Center, Macomb Hall

     WHEN:     Vehicle display: Monday - Wednesday, January 10-12, 2000
               Press conference: Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 9:20 a.m.

     CONTACT:  Andy Boyd, 313-964-5676 (office) or 313-506-5654 (cellular)
               Anne Bryan 888-781-9337 (pager)
               Toni Honsowetz 310-322-0854
               Press conference webcast following day at
               http://www.webcastingtv.com/Honda

               Photos available at Newscom.com



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