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Honda Cars at 2017 Tokyo Motor Show

Honda Cars at 2017 Tokyo Motor Show

Snapshot: Here is a sneak peak of design and technology displayed by Honda at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017.

Honda has displayed a slew of products at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show that includes products based on EV platform like Sports EV, Urban EV and NeuV Concept and other models like Honda CR-V and Clarity PHEV.

 

Honda Sports EV Concept

Honda Sports EV Concept combines EV performance and AI (artificial intelligence) inside a compact body. This concept adopts a retro-inspired look with round headlamps and square taillights.

Honda Urban EV Concept

Honda Urban EV Concept is built on a newly-developed dedicated EV platform, which indicates the technology and design directions for Honda’s future mass-production EV models. A new product based on this concept will make its way into European market and then in Japan in 2020.

Honda NeuV

The Honda NeuV is an EV concept model that explores the potential of mobility products which will be further expanded by automated driving technologies and AI. It can make judgments about the driver’s state of stress based on facial expressions and/or tone of voice and provides assistance to the driver accordingly and to support safe driving.

Honda CR-V

We all know about Honda CR-V and has been available in more than 160 countries around the world. The lineup for the all-new CR-V includes a series-first hybrid model equipped with Honda’s original “SPORT HYBRID i-MMD” two-motor hybrid system, which will be available in front-wheel drive and 4WD variants. It is expected that the model will make its launch in India in mid-2018.

Honda Clarity PHEV

Based on Honda Sport Hybrid i-MMD, the output and capacity of the battery were increased, and the EV range of more than 100 km was made possible. The Clarity PHEV, a new-generation plug-in hybrid model, features an exterior form with low vehicle height, spacious cabin that seats 5 adults and a large-capacity cargo area.

Honda Civic

It has been confirmed officially by Honda Car India that it will launch the Civic sedan sometime in 2019. We can expect it to come with a 1.8-litre petrol engine that makes 140bhp of maximum power and a 1.6-litre diesel unit with 120bhp.

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