Though embarking on producing all-electric vehicles to integrate into the current growing waves in the auto industry, Honda still shows no signs that they are passionate about a pure electric CR-V, instead, they’re keen on developing their Honda CR-V Hybrid.
Some may take this decision as a reverse step but Tesuo Mikasa, the CR-V assistant project leader, has her own voice showing absolute agreement on Honda’s strategy. She is positive, the hybrid CR-V will bring the best things for customers.
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Honda still shows no signs that they are passionate about a pure electric CR-V
Things have been clear that Honda won’t bet on a pure electric CR-V but they do present us with the EV alternatives
So, things have been clear that Honda won’t bet on a pure electric CR-V but they do present us with the EV alternatives which are due to be out on sale by the end of the decade. Honda’s turn to EV production was, in recent years, ignited by the Honda Clarity Electric which rolled out for the U.S market in 2017. After its rollout, the first EV product, the Honda Everus EV will come available for the China market this year.
Also, in 2019, the car brand plans to introduce the Honda Urban EV to the Europe market to compete in the battle of market share with the Nissan Leaf and Volkswagen I.D.
What’s more, the year 2020 is expected to witness a comeback of the all-electric Honda Jazz EV with a 3rd-gen hybrid which can handle a range of 300 km per charge.
Finally, it is safe to say that the next-gen Honda City and Honda Jazz Hybrids will show their faces at the turn of the decade. Latest updates on upcoming Honda cars can be found in our Complete guide to the Honda Philippines' local lineup.
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