Honda reveals details of new electric vehicle lineup for China
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- Honda presents a range of concept cars that showcase its next line of electric vehicles for China.
- The cars will be e: N badged and the concepts feature three different models, including an SUV, sedan and hatchback coupe-y.
- Honda’s first electric vehicle in the United States will be called the Prologue and will be based on GM’s Ultium battery platform.
Honda won’t launch its first electric vehicle in the United States for a few years, but things are moving faster in China. The company details its next line of electric vehicles in the Chinese market with a range of concept cars that preview upcoming models that will fit under a new sub-brand called e: N. While we’re unlikely to see these models on our shores, they could provide an indication of Honda’s design direction for future EVs we eventually see in our market.
The three e: N concept cars include a sedan called the e: N GT, an SUV called the e: N SUV and a sporty sedan called the e: N Coupé. Honda says it will start selling these models in China over the next five years. All of them have an angular style with an interesting lighting configuration that includes horizontal and vertical light strips on the front.
Honda says it will begin production of these electric vehicle models in China by 2024, and the company also plans to establish dedicated e: N dealers in some major cities. Eventually, the e: N models will be exported worldwide, although we are not sure if that means they will reach the US market. So far, all we’ve heard about Honda’s U.S. plans for electric vehicles is that the company will release an SUV model called Prologue, along with an Acura variant, in 2024. These early models will use GM’s Ultium batteries, but Honda is planning other electric vehicles. models in the future as it works towards its goal of selling only electric and fuel cell vehicles by 2040.
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