The new additions to its European portfolio include an all-electric B-segment SUV, previewed as the e: Ny1 Prototype, a C-segment full hybrid SUV, and the all-new CR-V, which will be available with both full hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrain options for the first time in Europe.
Honda recently unveiled its next electrified model for Europe, the Civic e:HEV, which goes on sale later this year, as well as completing the brand’s commitment to electrify its entire mainstream European range by the end of 2022. Additionally, the Japanese automaker confirmed the further expansion of its electrified product line-up in 2023, as the new additions include an all-electric B-segment SUV, previewed as Honda e:Ny1 prototype, a C-segment full hybrid SUV, and the all-new CR-V, which will be available with both full hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrain options for the first time in Europe.
Tom Gardner, Senior Vice President, Honda Motor Europe said, “The new models we will introduce in 2023 set the course for the next generation of electrified Honda cars, all retaining the engaging driving dynamics, comfort and exceptional usability to which our customers have become accustomed.”
In addition to expanding its electrified range for Europe in 2023, Honda will also create a sustainable society with zero environmental impact by connecting electrified mobility products and energy services. This will help to increase the use of domestic power chargers for EVs, urban charging solutions, and commercial energy services.
For the next stage in its electrification journey, Honda is using a multi-pathway strategy to realise its commitment to carbon neutrality across all Honda products and corporate activities by 2050. The company will heavily invest in a range of zero-emission technologies including solid-state batteries, swappable battery systems, carbon-neutral fuels, and hydrogen cells.