SINGAPORE – After 11 years of trial and error, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. finally is putting the finishing touches here on its car-sharing project. Experiments began in 1994 in Japan and continued in California from 1999 to 2002. The project has undergone further refinement in Singapore for the last three years, as Honda planners sought a business model for their Intelligent Community Vehicle System (ICVS) that would be commercially successful in the large crowded cities of the world. "Our ...
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