The next generation of fully electric Honda vehicles starts with the 2024 Honda Prologue SUV, which will offer a driving range on par with our current lineup of rugged SUVs.
With a lineup of powerful, sophisticated hybrids—and the all-new Prologue EV arriving in 2024—Honda continues to innovate its way toward the goal of a 100% zero-emission lineup in North America by 2040.
2023 Accord Hybrid Touring shown in Radiant Red Metallic* and 2023 CR-V Sport Touring Hybrid shown in Meteorite Gray Metallic.
CR-V Sport Touring Hybrid with AWD shown.
CR-V Sport Touring Hybrid shown.
The cabin of a Honda electrified vehicle provides a streamlined, intuitive, driving experience as evolved as its technology.
CR-V Sport Touring Hybrid shown.
In a Honda hybrid, technology like Active Noise Cancellation™ helps keep unwanted sound out of the cabin. The future holds even more advancements for EVs, thanks to Honda R&D’s world-class wind tunnel.
All-electric vehicles completely eliminate the need for gas and offer instant acceleration. Utilizing at-home charging options and a large network of charging stations, electric vehicles are quiet, reliable, easy to charge, and produce zero emissions. Learn more about plug-in EV charging here.
Unplugged and on the Road
Hybrid vehicles are more powerful and popular than ever. They never need to be plugged in, generate electricity while you brake and receive better mpg ratings, which may save money at the pump.* And with stylish options like the Honda Accord Hybrid and CR-V Hybrid, they fit seamlessly into your lifestyle.
Ultimate Fueling Flexibility
Fuel-cell electric vehicles produce zero CO2 emissions, are powered by hydrogen, and refuel in just minutes. Coming in 2024, the Honda CR-V Fuel-Cell Electric vehicle will be the first North American vehicle to offer both fuel-cell and plug-in technologies, giving you uniquely flexible fueling options..
Honda electrified vehicles are powered by batteries that are just as reliable as the vehicles themselves.
Built to last and covered by long-term limited warranties, our high-voltage batteries provide a reliable and cost-effective experience.
Designed for Longevity
The high-voltage lithium-ion batteries that power our electrified vehicles are designed for long-term use. They’re covered by an 8-year/100,000-mile limited warranty*, which means less worrying about repair costs.
We aim to have as little impact on the environment as possible by recycling materials from our batteries.
Our Commitment to Sustainability
We harvest metals and components from our electrified-vehicle batteries whenever possible, and repurpose them in other products. This allows us to reuse valuable materials and reduce waste.EXPLORE SUSTAINABILITY
Electric vehicles offer range that more than meets the daily driving needs of the average American.
The median electric vehicle range has increased over 300% in the last decade. Today, the average electric vehicle can travel nearly six times the distance the average American drives in a day, all on a single charge. Coming in 2024, the fully electric Honda Prologue SUV will be able to take you even farther with an anticipated EPA driving range rating on-par with gas-only Honda SUVs.*LEARN MORE
Honda is working toward its vision of a full zero-emission vehicle lineup by 2040.
The 2024 Prologue will be the first-ever all-electric SUV from Honda, and the first of 30 EV models Honda intends to launch worldwide by 2030.
Thanks to our electrified vehicles—along with the rest of our highly efficient lineup—Honda is the most fuel-efficient full-line automaker in America over the last five years.*
The launch of the CR-V Hybrid brought a new level of capability to the Honda lineup of electrified vehicles, with ultra-responsive acceleration, all-wheel drive, and loads of versatility.
The innovative Honda Clarity becomes the first vehicle family in the automotive industry to offer fuel-cell, electric, and plug-in hybrid technology options.
Honda continues to expand its plug-in offerings with the all-electric Fit EV and Accord Plug-In.
Honda launches the zero-emission FCX Clarity, named “the most important car in 100 years” by Top Gear. Its fuel cell creates electricity through a process that combines oxygen with hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe.
A culmination of 50 years of Honda research, the 2000 Honda Insight is the first hybrid vehicle sold to consumers in the U.S. Its lightweight, aerodynamic body and unique hybrid motor system helps it receive an unprecedented 70 mpg highway rating*.
The Civic GX (Natural Gas) becomes the first and only fully assembly-line-produced CNG passenger car to run on a very low-emission alternative fuel, helping reduce our dependency on oil as well as fuel costs.
Honda introduces the EV Plus, the first all-electric production vehicle powered by advanced nickel-metal hydride batteries. Innovations such as its electric motor and battery would go on to influence later electric drive vehicles, such as the Insight and FCX Clarity.
The Civic introduces the CVCC engine, a major breakthrough in reducing emissions, lowering vehicle costs, and increasing fuel efficiency. CVCC technology was later incorporated into the Accord, Prelude, and CR-X.