The vehicle allows for six passengers to sit face-to-face, enabling customers to comfortably travel in a new way.
ChargeScape’s platform will give electric utilities access to EV battery energy across a pool of EVs.
The vehicle will have an estimated 288 horsepower and 333 lb.-ft. of torque.
The joint venture is between BMW Group, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz Group, and Stellantis NV.
Ascend Elements has recycled used lithium-ion batteries for American Honda Motor Co. since 2021.
Backup power systems using hydrogen fuel cells offer a promising future for clean, yet reliable power, Honda says.
The companies have committed $3.5 billion in the facility, with their overall investment projected to reach $4.4 billion.
Tesla is showing the expected signs of shedding market share as more entrants arrive with their own EV contributions.
The companies’ overall investment related to the JV is projected to reach $4.4 billion.
Honda says its new 2023 Accord, which goes on sale in January, will be available in six trim levels, starting with the turbocharged LX and EX and topped by the hybrid-powered Sport, EX-L, Sport-L and Touring. With 247 lb.-ft of torque from Honda’s new fourth-generation two-motor hybrid system, the 2023 Accord hybrids are the most
Honda says it plans to install a stationary fuel cell power station on its corporate campus in Torrance, Calif., by early 2023. The station will serve as a proof of concept for the future commercialization of a power generation unit for use as a zero-emission backup power source for facilities such as data centers, which
General Motors and Honda have announced plans to expand their relationship by codeveloping a series of affordable electric vehicles based on a new global architecture using next-generation Ultium battery technology. The companies are working together to enable global production of millions of EVs starting in 2027, including compact crossover vehicles, leveraging the two companies’ technology,