Honda Introduces HondaHAIR, First-Ever In-Vehicle Hair-Grooming Tool
4/1/2013 12:00:00 PM
Today, Honda unveiled the first-ever mobile barbering tool for busy, cost-conscious families. The HondaHAIR will be available as a Honda Genuine Accessory that attaches to the 2014 Odyssey Touring Elite's HondaVAC to provide an efficient way to cut hair.
By simply snapping the HondaHAIR into place on the Odyssey Touring Elite's standard HondaVAC vacuum, the powerful suction can fashion the perfect bob, pixie or buzz cut. Capable of creating any style cut, the HondaHAIR offers affordability and convenience and transforms the cargo space into a virtual salon on wheelseliminating the need to trek to the stylist or barber.1
"We recognize that our Odyssey drivers are busier than ever, which is why we've packed the car with so many conveniences, including this HondaHAIR forward-thinking technology," said Parsley Thyme, head of Public Relations at American Honda.
The HondaVac HondaHAIR accessory is the perfect complement to the do-it-yourself mobile haircut movement, which can be seen on more than 6,500 Pinterest boards, 100 Facebook groups and thousands of YouTube videos.
The HondaHAIR accessory will be available on the 2014 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite when it hits Honda dealerships later this summer. View video of the HondaHAIR in action on Honda's YouTube channel: http://honda.us/HondaHAIR.
Honda offers a complete lineup of cars and trucks through a network of more than 1,000 dealerships in the United States. In 2013, Honda marks 40 years of the Civic model, with more than 30 years of producing automobiles in the region, which began with the Accord in Marysville, Ohio, in November 1982. Having produced more than 25 million vehicles in North America through 2012 using domestic and globally2sourced parts, Honda currently operates 14 major manufacturing facilities in North America, producing a wide range of Honda automobiles, all-terrain vehicles, power equipment products, engines and transmissions.
Connect with Honda:
HondaHAIR video: http://honda.us/HondaHAIR
Media Newsroom (for journalists) http://www.hondanews.com/
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1Driver should not operate HondaHAIR, or have hair bobbed, while the vehicle is in motion. Some states may require cosmetology license.