A Little ‘Insight’ On Honda’s Green Vehicles


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A Little ‘Insight’ On Honda’s Green Vehicles

Honda has been doing its bit to protect the environment. Over the last decade or so, the giant has built up an impressive lineup of greens that reduce auto-related greenhouse gases and offer significant improvements in the overall environmental impact on the earth. Today, Honda is one of the greenest automobile companies. Here’s some insight on Honda’s green vehicle

Honda has three green vehicle options
Honda’s green initiative includes hydrogen power, battery power, and hybrid cars. Hydrogen-powered Honda cars make use of new innovations that depend on fuel cells that generate electricity. These cells are filled with liquid hydrogen and generate the required amount of energy.

Battery-powered cars are electric models that simply need to be plugged in to charge. The Honda Fit EV is a battery-powered car and is quite affordable. What’s more – it gives out zero emissions. Hybrid cars run on a combination of gasoline and electricity. They are either plug-ins or hybrids. Hybrids are the eco-friendliest cars available in the market today. The Accord Plug-in, Accord Hybrid, and Civic Hybrid are some of Honda’s hybrid cars.

Honda started developing electric vehicles in 1988. It plans to ensure that 2/3rd of the vehicles it sells by 2030 are electrified.
A list of Honda EV vehicles with super long electric ranges

• 1999 Honda EV Plus
• 2011 Honda Fit EV
• 2013 Honda Accord Plug-in Hybrid
• 2017 Honda Clarity line of electric cars

From 2008 to 2014, Honda sold 46 FCX fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs).

The future of Honda’s electric vehicles
Battery electric vehicles and fuel-cell vehicles are expected to make up a significant percentage of sales. As of today, Honda has two hybrids that are selling like hotcakes – the Honda Accord and the Honda Insight.

The future is here
The Honda compact EV will be the first Honda vehicle to be developed on a dedicated electric platform. Known as the Honda e, this fully -electric vehicle will be based on a completely new EV platform and is all set to be rolled out later this year. If you are looking for a green vehicle, nobody makes them better than Honda. Choose from the ready lineup and buy the new Honda.


Source:Honda