Honda Alternative Fuel

Honda Alternative Fuel Vehicle
Honda Alternative Fuel Vehicle

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Honda Alternative Fuel Vehicle

Fun to drive is at the core of our DNA, but sustainability is in our nature.That's why Honda is committed to environmentally responsible vehicles and working toward a zero‐carbon‐emissions future. Check out some of our latest innovations below.

FUEL-CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLES

Fuel‐Cell Electric Vehicles offer long‐range all-electric driving with zero emissions.Fueled by hydrogen, their electricity is generated on demand by a fuel cell rather than power from batteries. Plus, refueling with hydrogen takes just a few minutes.


FUEL-CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLES

WHY FUEL CELL?

Fuel‐Cell Electric Vehicles can offer over 300+ miles of smooth and quiet all‐electric driving, zero tailpipe emissions and a short 3-to 5-minute refueling time.


why fuel cell

HOW THEY WORK

The fuel cell converts hydrogen into electricity to power the high-torque electric motor. A small onboard battery stores energy during deceleration and braking, adding free electrons to the power mix.


How they work


Clarity Fuel Cell

With a compact, hydrogen-powered fuel cell and stunning aerodynamic design, the five-passenger Clarity Fuel Cell is a styling, design and packaging concept of our next-generation, zero-emission vehicle with a targeted driving range of over 300+ miles[2].
RANGE 300+ MILES MINUTES 3-5 CHARGING TIME

clarity fuel cell
clarity fuel cell


Battery Electric Vehicles

With advanced technology like rechargeable lithium batteries and electric motors providing power to the wheels, modern battery electric vehicles allow for all-electric driving while producing zero tailpipe emissions.


Battery Electric Vehicles

Why Battery Electric?

Battery electric vehicles don't use gasoline and have zero tailpipe emissions, which can significantly reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Plus, it's much cheaper to drive on electricity[1].


Why Battery Electric?

HOW THEY WORK

Battery electric vehicles draw power from rechargeable battery packs, similar to those used in many consumer electronic devices. As battery technology improves, we continue to work toward vehicles with increased driving range and faster recharge times.


HOW THEY WORK


Clarity Fuel Cell

FIT EV

An all-electric take on compact versatility. The Fit EV uses no gas, produces no emissions and earned an impressive118-MPGe combined rating[3].
MPG CITY 132 RATING MPG HWY 105 RATING

FIT EV
FIT EV




HYBRID VEHICLES

With two sources of power, impressive fuel economy and lower emissions, hybrid vehicles are just one of many ways Honda is creating more sustainable transportation.


HYBRID VEHICLES

WHY HYBRID?

In addition to savings at the pump, hybrid vehicles can help reduce air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions and dependency on oil.


WHY HYBRID?

HOW THEY WORK

Hybrid electric vehicles combine an internal combustion engine with an electric motor for higher fuel economy[1] and reduced emissions. The onboard battery stores energy generated during braking and deceleration, eliminating the need to plug in and recharge.

HOW THEY WORK


2017 ACCORD HYBRID

Style. Power. Performance. Plus an incredible 49 mpg rating[4].Our best Accord is actually a Hybrid.

2017 ACCORD HYBRID
2017 ACCORD HYBRID


Disclaimers:
[1] Based on the U.S. Department of Energy eGallon cost comparison. Your costs of driving with electricity will vary. http://energy.gov/articles/egallon-how-much-cheaper-it-drive-electricity
[2] Anticipated range determined by Honda; production-vehicle range rating to be determined.
[3] 132 city/105 highway/118 combined miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent (MPGe) rating; 82-mile combined (city/highway) driving-range rating (adjusted). Ratings determined by EPA. Use for comparison purposes only. Your MPGe and range will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, lithium-ion battery age/condition and other factors.
[4] 49 city / 47 highway / 48 combined mpg rating. Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, and other factors.212 hp @ 6200 rpm (SAE net).

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