The Honda pioneer 5000 is set to be sold at a dealership in North Carolina after a four-year wait for the carmaker to make a name for itself in the American market.
Honda’s flagship is the first American-made, all-wheel-drive vehicle to use a new-generation, 3.5-liter inline-four engine.
The engine is a twin-turbo V-6 and produces 310 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque, according to Honda’s website.
The Honda 750 has been powered by a 1.4-liter twin-cam V-8 since 2009, according the company’s website, and was sold for $1.2 billion in 2015.
The 500’s owner, the Honda Corporation of America, is the largest U.S. auto maker.
It sells about 4.5 million cars a year, according Honda, and owns about two dozen companies in North America.
The 750 was one of several cars the Japanese automaker has sold to North Carolina-based Honda.
Honda is selling the car to the company for $4.5 billion.
The dealership is the second dealership in the United States to buy the car.
Honda also is selling a 750 to the state of Georgia.
The dealer said it plans to lease the car and lease it to another dealership, with the option to buy it back.
The original 750 is expected to sell for $2.2 million, and will be delivered in 2021.