Honda has set its sights on Europe: what electric models to launch

Honda will complete the electrification of its range in Europe with the launch of the new Civic Hybrid in the fall, followed in 2023 by a small all-electric SUV, a compact hybrid SUV and a new CR-V SUV with a plug-in hybrid.

The new Civic compact hatchback, called Civic e: HEV, will only be sold as a hybrid. Its all-hybrid propulsion system combines a lithium-ion battery with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine. It will replace the current Civic which is powered by turbo petrol engines.

Honda estimates that the hybrid will have CO2 emissions below 110 grams per km in WLTP testing.

It has a 35 mm longer wheelbase to provide more cabin space. Top models will have a digital driver display and a 9-inch touch screen mounted above the dashboard.

The car is the 11th generation of the Civic product line and is a version of the model already on sale in the US and Japan.

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Honda has announced that its new small, fully electric SUV for Europe is being previewed by the prototype e: Ny1. The model “will be at the heart of the future Honda product line,” the company said.

The SUV will bring a mix of “dynamics, technology and design,” Honda said, without giving further details.

A new design

The prototype e: Ny1 looks similar to the small electric SUV models Honda e: NS and e: NP that Honda introduced in China. E: NS and e: NP, one for each of Honda’s joint ventures in China, are set to go on sale this year, reports say.

Honda is currently selling the all-electric premium city car, Honda is only in Europe.

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Last year, the carmaker sold 3,436 Honda cars in the region, according to Dataforce. Sales are diminished by the high price of the electric vehicle.

In the UK, Honda’s largest European market, Honda is priced higher than the compact CR-V SUV.

Honda’s new full-hybrid compact SUV, launched in 2023, has been previewed with sketches that show a different style language than HR-V, the brand’s newest model. No other details were provided.

Honda has also announced that it will launch a new version of its compact CR-V SUV in 2023. It will be the first Honda model in Europe to offer a plug-in hybrid version and will also be sold with a full engine. hybrid.

Last year, Honda sold 68,346 cars in Europe, down 15% from 2020, according to figures from car lobby group ACEA.

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