Below are Honda’s plans to produce electric cars until 2027

Below are Honda’s plans to produce electric cars until 2027

JAKARTA – Japanese automaker Honda has confirmed that its all-new mid-to-large EV will use its platform for 2025.

The announcement was made directly by Honda through a presentation about the company’s future. Additionally, manufacturers are focusing on technology and electrification.

Honda is currently developing a new platform, the e:2025 EV design. However, the manufacturer did not reveal more details about this system as reported by Motor1, Tuesday, April 25.

The company also said it is developing in-house software, including working on advanced driver assistance, and connected car services. This made Honda employ twice as many human resources as planned.

In addition, the Honda Prologue and Acura ZDX EV will go on sale starting in 2024. Both still use the platform from General Motors, Ultium. Honda will continue its partnership with GM to launch electric cars from 2027.

Others, Honda will also launch the N-Van EV, a small commercial vehicle in the first half of 2024 for the Japanese market. Then, there is the N-One, a retro model that will arrive in 2025. Then, two other smaller models in 2026, one of which is an SUV.

For the Chinese market, Honda will prepare several EVs such as the e:NS2 and e:NP2 which will arrive in early 2024. At the end of 2024, they will launch the production version of the e:N SUV.

Honda plans to sell all electric vehicles in the country by 2025, following seven EV models by 2027.

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