In recent years, Honda has announced that it planned to release advanced-technology green cars in the future—without mentioning even their names, let alone any details or specifications. That's what happened two years ago with a pair of unnamed battery-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles that later proved to be two new variants of the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell sedan. Now the company's done it again, with an announcement that came during the Detroit Auto Show launch of its 2018 Honda Odyssey minivan. DON'T MISS: Honda To Offer New Electric Car, Plug-In Hybrid Model By 2018 (Jan 2015) It...
Honda: Hybrids For Bigger Cars Now That Insight Is Going Away
Scrambling to do a bit of damage control after news broke last month that production of its Insight hybrid will end this year, Honda issued a press release touting its renewed commitment to hybrid technology. The death of the Insight model begged the question, what about the tiny two-seat CR-Z...John Voelcker
Making The Transition To A Hybrid Car? Here’s What To Expect
Over the past decade, hybrid electric cars have gone from being niche market vehicles for movie stars and green thinkers to everyday vehicles that can save you big money on your gas bill. In fact, with more hybrid cars to choose from than ever before, there’s never a better time to make the...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield