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Honda's Musuem is the Latest Google Street View Addition

The Museum is located next to the Suzuka circuit

It also includes nearly all of Honda's important race cars

Google is on a roll with adding auto museums to Google Street View. Yesterday, we posted about the addition of the atrium of the LamborghiniLamborghiniLamborghiniItaly, 1963 > present32 models
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headquarters to Street View, and now to coincide with the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Street View has added the HondaHondaHondaJapan, 1948 > present102 models
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Collection Hall Museum, which is located next to the track. 

The entire collection includes over 300 classic Honda vehicles ranging from racecars to motorcycles to streetcars.

While Street View was not able to get inside cars like at the Lamborghini atrium, the breadth of the museum is massive. It covers three floors. The first floor is basic and just looks at the development of the Honda ASIMO robot.

The second floor is when the vehicles start showing up, and they range from the NSXNSX Gen.1Honda NSX Gen.1Japan, 1992 > 20027 versions
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to lawn equipment. The floor spans Honda's entire consumer vehicle heritage. Across the hall on the second floor is Honda's motorcycle heritage.

The third floor is for racing machinery, and like the rest of the museum it runs the gamut. You will see everything from Formula 1 cars to touring cars up there. Like the second floor, if you cross the hallway, you will find a comprehensive collection of motorcycles but in this case for racing.

Bravo to Google for digitizing these museums. It is great to visit them virtually, and many people may never make it to Suzuka to see them in real life.

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