As part of Honda’s Electric Vision, by the end of 2022, the entire line-up of Honda vehicles will be fully electrified. This means that all new Honda are fully-electric or hybrid.
Currently, there are 5 electric and hybrid models in the Honda range, with a sixth model on its way.
Starting with their first and only full-electric model, the Honda e was first introduced as a concept vehicle in 2017. Now no longer just a concept, the Honda e is all about efficiency. Packed full of clever technology such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Side Camera System and Honda SENSING, perhaps the most exciting piece of technology comes in the form of the wrap-around screens found on the dashboard. Made up of two 12.3inch touchscreens and an 8.8inch screen in front of the driver, it transforms the interior of the vehicle.
Honda now offers 4 hybrid models, the Jazz is one of the most popular Honda vehicles, and in its hybrid form, it has been crowned the WhatCar? ‘Best Small Car’ of the year in 2022. Easy to use, practical and known for its low running costs, the Honda Jazz is now even more efficient, as a full hybrid (e: HEV) it offers a smooth and dynamic performance. The Jazz Crosstar is its SUV counterpart, ideal for those searching for space and versatility.
Sitting comfortably in the middle of the hybrid range is the Honda HR-V, ideal for those looking for something larger than a Jazz but smaller than a CR-V. With its distinctive shape, the Honda CR-V is a stylish and functional hybrid SUV.
Does Honda have a 100% electric car?
The Honda e is currently Honda’s only 100% electric vehicle.