Honda at the Sundance Film Festival 2011

Honda is really taking new steps into the future as they are now coming up with better products that have clearly surpassed their high quality benchmarks. Honda recently came up with their latest ASIMO humanoid robot in Park City which is one of the latest offerings from Honda. For the very first time Honda created the Power of Dreams Experience at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. This interactive venue will provide a great boost to Honda as they can showcase some of their unique products to the world which will highlight the innovation and advanced technology that Honda is capable of.

All the people at the festival and even local residents will have the opportunity to visit the Power of Dreams experience for six days starting from Jan 21 to Jan 26, 2011. The Power of Dreams experience is located at 268 Main Street, Park City, Utah and there are no charges if you want to visit it. At the experience you can enjoy Honda’s ASIMO (Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility) that is designed to help the people at home with their household work. Honda has worked for almost two decades on ASIMO and they are sure that people will like their ASIMO model because it is really helpful. At the exhibit people will also get to see Honda FCX Clarity which is known as the world’s most advanced fuel cell electricity vehicle. You can even take a look at some of the other Honda car models like Honda CR-Z Sports Hybrid which is the first hybrid with 6 speed manual transmission. A 12 foot model of Honda Jet is also placed here for the people to take a look at. For bike lovers, Honda has put up Honda CBR250R which is an entry level motorcycle and Honda PCX which is a mid-size scooter.

Honda will also showcase The Undying Dream which is the newest and eighth film in the documentary series known as Dream The Impossible. The film has already won Grand Jury Prize twice and you can view it every 90 minutes at the venue. Honda is also the supporter and official sponsor of Sundance Film Festival for past three years.

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