ACE Body StructureACE or Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ is a body design created by Honda, that uses a network of front frame structures to absorb and deflect the energy from a frontal collision. This helps reduce the impact and the force transferred to the cabin and to evenly disperse the forces transferred to associated vehicles.

Honda operates two of the world’s most sophisticated crash safety research and testing facilities, in Ohio and Japan – which includes the world’s first multi-directional crash test facility at our automobile R&D center in Japan – where they continue to refine the ACE Body Structure. Real world collisions are not always head on, so many types of crash scenarios including: car-to-car impacts, car-to-barrier collisions, front, side and rear impacts and offset and oblique-angle collisions are implemented during testing.

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