As part of its presence at CES 2024, Honda has just lifted the curtain on a new range of electric vehicles. These cars, known as the 0 Series, look incredibly futuristic, and while they may look like concepts, Honda has stated that both will hit the market in 2026.
The first of the two cars is called the Saloon, and this is described as the flagship model of the range. It is said to be ” thin, light and wise” is, whatever that means, while having a low height and sporty styling that makes it stand out from other EVs at first glance.
The Space-Hub is the second of the two EVs, and this may look like a minivan on the outside, but on the inside it’s a different story. It offers a spacious cabin meant to provide a wide view, while being a space that accommodates and adapts to passenger needs. Honda even goes so far as to say it is a ” hub that connects people with people and people with society, generating mutual resonance with each other.”
The cars would make their global debut in 2026, starting with North America, before eventually coming to Japan, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and South America. There is no word yet on price points or specific specifications, but Honda has said this is the next step in its efforts to be all-electric by 2040 and carbon-neutral by 2050.