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Honda Plans to Develop CR-V-Based FCEV by 2024

Honda is also yet to reveal whether the upcoming FCEV crossover will carry forward a similar styling as the current-gen CR-V.

by Aishwarya Saxena

Honda has revealed that it is working on a new FCEV based on the new-gen CR-V crossover.

FCEVThe new CR-V-based hydrogen electric vehicle is said to be part of Honda’s plans to achieve 100 percent global auto sales via BEVs & FCEVs by 2040.

While details of the upcoming CR-V-based FCEV are very limited, the car is said to be manufactured at Honda’s Performance Manufacturing Centre in Ohio, USA.

This facility has been designed to produce low-volume specialty models, such as the Acura NSX and other development race cars.

Honda is also yet to reveal whether the upcoming FCEV crossover will carry forward a similar styling as the current-gen CR-V.

However, reports suggest that being a low-volume production, the FCEV could come with a few major changes, both inside & out.

“Honda established our goal to realize carbon neutrality by 2050 and the complete electrification of our vehicle lineup by 2040 is critical to achieving it,” said Gary Robinson, vice president of planning and strategy for American Honda. “As we accelerate our plan to produce Honda battery EVs in the United States, we also will begin low volume production of fuel cell electric vehicles there to further explore their great potential as part of a sustainable transportation future.”

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