The second production car from Honda was the S500 sports automobile, which adopted the T360 into manufacturing in October 1963. Its chain-driven rear wheels pointed to Honda’s motorbike origins. Tōkai Seiki was positioned beneath the management of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry initially of World War II, and Soichiro Honda was demoted from president to senior managing director after Toyota took a 40% stake within the company. Honda also aided the struggle effort by assisting other companies in automating the manufacturing of army plane propellers.

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