Read the full story on Japan 2 Earth - Honda Unveils Sleek New Lineup of 'Zero Series' EVs
On January 10, Honda revealed an ambitious plan for the global launch of its '0 Series' ('Zero Series') of next-generation electric vehicles (EVs). The cars are slated to hit the North American market first in 2026.
Honda unveiled two concept vehicles, the Saloon and Space-Hub, at the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world's largest electronics and IT trade show, held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Honda aims to shift all new vehicle sales to EVs and hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) by 2040.
The Zero Series stands as a symbol of Honda's intent to realize a "second founding" of its company in pursuit of this goal. A redesign of Honda's iconic "H" logo is also in progress.
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Author: The Sankei Shimbun