The relationship between Honda and the world of electrification is certainly not recent history: we need to go to 2000 and the presentation of the Insight to find the birth of love between the Japanese manufacturer and battery-powered mobility.
A relationship that naturally continues today and boasts an expanded range, with different powertrains. A wide offer for various types of motorists that we have analyzed in detail on the occasion of the Electric Days Digital 2021, the online event dedicated to sustainable mobility, accessible on the official website www.electricdays.it.
From the track to the city
Starting from the maximum sporting expression of “e-Mobility” there is the Honda NSX, heir to the 90s sports car and now equipped with 3 electric motors alongside the 3.5 V6 petrol engine, for a total power of 581 HP.
The combined work of the engines, thanks to the fast 9-speed dual clutch gearbox, pushes the NSX from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.6 seconds and to a top speed of over 300 km / h.
Honda Jazz Hybrid
Honda CR-V Hybrid e: HEV Restyling 2021
The full hybrids Honda Jazz and Honda CR-V are significantly less extreme and use electrification to reduce fuel consumption and emissions. The first is a small one (also available in the raised Crosstar variant) powered by a 1.5 petrol and two electric ones for a total of 109 HP. The second is an SUV (also with all-wheel drive) with a 2.0 engine and a combined power of 184 hp.
On the other hand, Honda e, the “full electric” of the range, does completely without endothermic engines. A city car with a retro look available in 136hp and 154hp versions. The 35.5 kWh battery guarantees autonomy up to 222 km of autonomy.
For more information and technical data on the models you can visit the Honda page on the official website of Electric Days Digital 2021.
Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.
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