Honda EV Concept and Plug-in Hybrid Platform

displayed at Geneva International Motor Show 2011

Honda Range at Geneva Motor Show 2011


Honda’s EV Concept electric vehicle and a platform for mid size plug-in hybrid vehicles will be displayed alongside the revised Accord range at the Geneva Motor Show.

The concepts were unveiled at the LA Auto Show in November 2010 and will be shown at Geneva as part of Honda’s “Road to Zero Emissions”, illustrating the current technology of hybrids alongside the near-future technology of plug-in vehicles and the ultimate goal of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles, like Honda’s FCX Clarity.

The two new cars are integral to the Honda Electric Mobility Network, the company’s comprehensive approach to reducing CO2 emissions through innovative products, energy-management and energy-production technologies. The Honda EV Concept hints strongly at the direction and styling for Honda’s upcoming production battery electric vehicle, the Fit EV, which will be introduced to the U.S. and Japan in 2012. The all-new plug-in hybrid platform showcases Honda’s next-generation, two-motor hybrid technology set to debut in 2012.

Find out more about the Honda Range at Geneva Motor Show 2011 via the official press release.