As a general point there is nothing wrong with the ethos of awareness in climate change, so why not.
I have owned six or seven Honda cars and the engineering in the engines is exceptional. Regrettably long ago they went down a route of maximising bhp for a given engine size. The S2000 is still the car with the max bhp per litre for a normally apirated engine.
It all has been achieved by using the V Tec system which guzzles fuel at an alarming rate once it cuts in. I think Honda will earn more brownie points if they moved over to fuel efficient engineering.
Its a PR stunt. If a global company can get on the green bandwagon, its worth billions of pounds/dollars in sales, if they can sell their product as "green" to the gullible masses. Its only the gullible who will believe this, and feel that they are "doing their bit". How can a machine that spills out the annual equivalant carbon footprint of a domestic neighbourhood, be touted as green? What next, British Nuclear Fuels with a plant a tree campaign. Or have they done that already??
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