Honda is taking a shot at the current trend of bulky electric vehicles to create excitement about their upcoming 0 series electric cars. During CES 2024, they gave a sneak peek of two concept cars, the Saloon and Space-Hub.
They also announced that the initial commercial model from their 0 series electric lineup will hit the North American market in 2026.
This fresh series reflects Honda’s significant changes, aligning with its Global Brand Slogan and commitment to electrification. According to the company’s press release, the series name signifies Honda’s return as an automaker and its dedication to crafting entirely new electric vehicles from scratch.
Honda’s initial 0 series model draws inspiration from the Saloon concept. This electric vehicle is characterized by its sleek, spacious, and sporty design, reminiscent of a futuristic scene from a Blade Runner sequel.
On the other hand, the Space-Hub, with its van-like appearance, gives off a more family-friendly vibe rather than a dystopian feel.
Honda hasn’t shared many details about the new electric vehicle series yet. They mentioned that they would reveal some essential technologies that highlight Honda’s significant changes. The company aims to sell only cars with zero emissions in North America by 2040, including electric and fuel cell models.
If you look inside the saloon, its futuristic design is unique, and it seems like Honda has paid a lot of attention to comfort this time, which is good.
Henry Juskevicius commented on social media of a tech explorer post and said something entirely correct. They might change the plan because if we look at the past, they also mentioned developing an SUV with GM last year. Oops, plans changed.
Honda has created a fresh H logo that symbolizes their commitment to transformation and a proactive approach to tackling new challenges and advancements.
The design, resembling two outstretched hands, signifies Honda’s dedication to expanding mobility options and catering to the requirements of electric vehicle users. This updated H logo will be implemented moving forward.