Honda is a consumer technology company.
And it’s growing fast.
Its revenue has more than doubled to $18.9 billion, according to a Reuters analysis of public financial disclosures.
Its stock is up more than 3 percent.
Its U.S. sales, which are based on quarterly data, have more than tripled.
And the carmaker’s growth is driven by the services it offers.
It now offers self-service car rental, auto-purchase and car-buying, along with self-storage and the ability to store credit cards, insurance and debit cards.
And there are more than 200 services available, including a smartphone app for checking, shopping and saving.
“We have a lot of customers that really want to know how we’re going to be doing in the future,” said Honda senior vice president of finance Tom Tappo.
“It’s not just about what we’re doing today.
We’re also doing what we’ve always done.”
Honda’s products, including its fuel-efficient Civic and Civic Hybrid, are popular with shoppers who want a convenient way to get around, and for businesses.
Its car-rental service, H2O, now has 2 million trips per week.
The company also offers a new self-driving technology that it calls “self-adapt,” which helps its vehicles avoid collisions.
The company is also trying to make itself more attractive to younger people by offering a new, more personal version of its fuel economy program, which includes discounts on gas and other car services, discounts on electric vehicles and discounts on monthly service fees for its popular Fit and Fit Plus sedans.
Its online presence has grown from a few dozen websites to about 3,500 today.
It also offers more than 100 million monthly customers.
Its services include travel booking, car payments, online banking, auto repair and other services.
And Honda is adding to its fleet of small, fuel-saving, low-mileage vehicles and leasing vehicles to help drive the company’s growth.
Honda is not alone in being so popular.
Uber, Lyft and a slew of other ride-hailing companies are also seeing their customer base grow.
And they are not alone.
The U.K.-based firm has had a major impact on the way consumers think about cars.
In 2017, sales of Honda cars were up 13.5 percent over 2016, according in-person surveys by Consumer Reports.
In 2018, the number rose another 3.2 percent, according the company.
That’s the biggest jump in sales of any brand, according with the firm’s most recent surveys.
Hondas sales growth has also driven the company to spend more on its financial services business.
The business is now worth about $4.9 million annually, according Honda.
And its stock has more more than quadrupled since its high of $8.50 in 2015.HONDA CEO Hironobu Ohno has made a lot more money than he has for his company, which makes about 10 percent of its profits from selling the fuel-economy services it provides.
He is a billionaire who has given away his stake in the company since it was founded in 1961.
But the company has struggled in recent years to maintain a profit, as sales have slowed.
In fiscal 2018, its operating expenses fell 7.4 percent, to $3.5 billion, as its sales slipped to $2.8 billion, down from $4 billion in fiscal 2017.
Its stock has fallen more than 4 percent since its June 20, 2018, IPO.
Its shares, which trade on the Tokyo Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol, have fallen nearly 1 percent since the start of the year.