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Honda Virtual Showroom launched in India

24th Sep 2020 10:59 am

This new online platform allows customers to explore Honda cars from the safety of their homes.


The Honda Cars India Virtual Showroom platform has just been launched, and aims to provide its customers the ability to explore the brand’s cars from the safety of their homes. The Honda Virtual Showroom can be accessed on both desktop and mobile browser. You can click here to it check out.

  • Provides detailed 360-degree renders of cars’ interiors and exteriors.

  • Customers can compare models, book test drives and purchase cars.

  • Honda Amaze, City (fifth-gen), City (fourth-gen), Civic, Jazz and WR-V available.

What is the Honda Virtual Showroom?

It is a tool that allows potential customers to virtually have a close look at any Honda model via a detailed, 360-degree 3D render. Not only do these renders allow you to see the interior and exterior of each model, they also let you choose your preferred trim level and colour. 

In order to provide customers with as much information as possible, Honda also marks points of interest on the renders that highlight certain features – explaining how they work via graphics or short videos.  

Furthermore, from this web page, customers can compare trim levels, book test drives and even purchase the selected car via the ‘Honda from Home’ online sales platform.

What cars are listed on the Honda Virtual Showroom?

All Honda cars currently offered in our market, including the Amaze, new City (fifth-gen), City (fourth-gen), Civic, Jazz and WR-V, are available on this platform. 

Do other manufacturers offer virtual showrooms?

A number of other carmakers offer similar platforms to explore their products, though they vary in the level of detail. As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, more and more carmakers will look to adopt these sorts of platforms to allow their customers better access to their cars. 

Similar platforms from other carmakers include the Nissan – virtual showroom, Mahindra – SYOUV, and Audi – Audi Shop.

Also see:

Buying used: (2014-2017) Honda City

New Honda EV previewed ahead of Beijing motor show

Honda, GM expand partnership to include sharing of vehicle platforms

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