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Honda showcases EV, PHEV prototype at Shanghai Motor Show

KUALA LUMPUR: While the whole world is still fighting COVID-19, it’s a whole different story for China. The country is moving forward with this year’s edition of the Shanghai Motor Show which will start on April 21 and last until April 28. Many prominent and premium automakers will be exhibiting their best of creation, one of which is Honda whose presence would be “electrifying”.

An official teaser was released by Honda on April 8 in which two vehicles were highlighted and scheduled for Auto Shanghai 2021. While one is a plug-in hybrid vehicle, the other is a prototype of the first fully electric unit. of the brand in China. In addition, the automaker will have a plethora of tech screens at startup. For example, visitors will be able to view Honda’s next-generation driver assistance and safety system and 3rd generation Connect.

In addition to the offering and future concepts, Honda’s current electric vehicles will also be on display. As the automaker’s high-end sister company, the Acura Group will introduce the China-exclusive RDX and CDX crossover.

Wait, there is more! Honda motorcycles will also share the stage with the brand’s cars, like the modest CM300, Golden wing, and more.

Honda EV Proto details

Whether it’s bikes or cars, our interest lies on both sides, however, the upcoming EV Proto and PHEV have our hearts and minds. In the absence of spilled beans, we have to credit Honda for its secret-keeping skills. However, there is good reason to believe that the electric vehicle could be linked to the e SUV concept: presented by Honda at the 2020 Beijing Auto Show. At the time, Honda was unresponsive to horsepower or power. autonomy of the concept, so that the Auto Shanghai 2021 seems to move the vehicle towards protection.

Honda SUV e: concept

All of these assumptions are just assumptions, the whole picture would become clear enough on April 21, when the doors to the Shanghai Motor Show open.

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