Two new EV concepts have given us a glimpse of Honda’s electrified future starting from 2026
Honda has revealed two new electric concept vehicles at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) this week in Las Vegas, USA.
Part of the new 0 Series, Honda has confirmed it will launch these vehicles in production form sometime in 2026.
Also new for the Honda brand will be the reinvention of the original H mark, harking back to Honda badging of old.
The first 0 Series Honda EVs, a Saloon and Space Hub people mover, will first launch in North America and will then be followed by releases in Japan, Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and finally, South America.
The Saloon debuts as what Honda calls the “flagship concept model” that uses a dedicated EV architecture, low height and roofline and sporty styling.
Key takeaways from the Saloon:
The second concept is a very people mover-looking EV, with a fully circular rear tail light design and a spacious interior that offers greater flexibility for occupants.
Key takeaways from the Space Hub:
Honda has stated it wants zero environmental impact with these new concepts, and claims to be adopting a new thin, light and wise approach to EV development:
Also, five key ‘values’ have been constructed that will form the basis for Honda electric vehicles into the future.
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