Honda will begin to sell its all-electric Honda e minicar in Europe this summer. Tom Gardner, Honda’s Europe chief, this week confirmed that a second EV from the Japanese automaker will also launch in Europe between 2021 and 2022. Details were not provided.
Honda Stories March 6
Honda Stories November 25, 2019
Honda has started selling a new electric car based on the HR-V subcompact crossover with 200 miles of range for just ~$23,000 in China. expand full story
Honda Stories September 10, 2019
Honda has unveiled the production version of its upcoming Honda E electric car and announced the starting price of ~$33,000. expand full story
Honda Stories July 16, 2019
Honda is releasing its first electric car that was built to be electric from the ground up this year, but it is only for the European market.
Now the Japanese automaker says that it is coming to the US with electric cars through a new platform that allows bigger vehicles. But it may take some time. expand full story
Honda Stories July 2, 2019
Honda has released some new information about its upcoming Honda E electric car, including more on its electric motor.
Honda Stories June 13, 2019
Honda has revealed more information about its Honda e urban EV, including details on the new electric car’s battery and platform.
Honda Stories May 21, 2019
Honda is now taking reservations for its upcoming all-electric Honda e urban car in four European markets.
Honda Stories May 20, 2019
Honda and GM have joined forces in a new research project that aims to examine how electric cars and smart grids can work together in the future, with EV owners possibly leveraging their car batteries into new streams of revenue.
Honda Stories April 22, 2019
Honda recently took their new CR Electric dirt bike concept to the track. It was captured on video displaying some impressive performance.
Check out the video below to see it in action. expand full story
Honda Stories March 5, 2019
Honda had a big announcement at the Geneva Auto Show today, the Japanese automaker said that it is committing to a “total electrification in Europe by 2025′.
But what does it mean exactly? expand full story