Tag: Honda e

New Fiat 500e Vs. Honda E: Which Small, Trendy EV Would You Rather Have?

Right now, the entire car industry is shifting towards electrification, and while that still includes plug-in hybrid powertrains, the ultimate goal is for each carmaker to have a full battery-electric range. This means zero-emission driving for each and every segment, which for Europeans especially, will result in an emphasis on small city cars, on a […]

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Honda’s E Electric Hatch Was Originally Going To Be Sold In The U.S. As Well

Honda has revealed that it initially intended to introduce its all-electric e subcompact hatch available to the United States market. While speaking with Jalopnik at the Tokyo Motor Show, the small EV’s project leader, Kohei Hitomi, expressed his disappointment that customers in the U.S. won’t be offered the e. “I really wanted to have that […]

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Honda Brings Forward Its European Lineup Electrification Plan To 2022

Honda has brought forward its target to electrify its entire European lineup by three years, to 2022. Earlier this year, the Japanese automaker announced a goal to sell only hybrid and battery-powered cars in Europe by 2025. Now, it has revised that target and said that all of its European mainstream models will be electrified […]

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2020 Fit / Jazz To Debut In Tokyo Alongside JDM Honda e And Accord

Honda has announced that the all-new Fit subcompact hatchback will make its world premiere at the Tokyo Motor Show next month. The automaker did not reveal too many details about the fourth-generation Fit, which will continue to be sold as the Jazz in Europe, although it did say that it will continue to feature the […]

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