Tuesday, March 21, 2017

The Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid and Honda Clarity Electric to Make Debut



At Keyes Honda, we love how the Honda Motor Company is always striving to push the boundaries of new car technology. They have long held a commitment to creating sustainable products and processes and have a strong dedication to reducing their environmental footprint. The Honda Motor Company has recently announced its intention to make two-thirds of its global auto sales from electrified vehicles by 2030. There are already a number of environmentally-friendly vehicles Honda car models, like the Honda Accord Hybrid, and two more are set to join soon.

The all-new Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid and Honda Clarity Electric will make their official worldwide debut at the New York International Auto Show. The two all-new electrified Honda vehicles will make the Honda Clarity the first vehicle series to offer customers an expanded array of electrified vehicle choices with fuel cell, battery electric and plug-in hybrid powertrains wrapped in a sporty, spacious and comprehensively equipped five-passenger midsize sedan. Each Honda Clarity variant has a low, wide aerodynamic body with unique design elements. Combined with elegant and advanced exterior styling, the Honda Clarity series boasts spacious interiors outfitted with premium, environmentally-responsible materials.

The Honda Clarity Electric will be the first affordable, midsize, five-passenger battery electric vehicle. Combining an all-electric driving range rating in excess of 40 miles with a hyper-efficient gasoline-hybrid extended range mode, the Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid will launch in all 50 states. Both vehicles keep the “fun-to-drive” DNA Honda vehicles are known for and each Honda Clarity provides a smooth, quiet and premium experience with great dynamic handling plus seamless advanced technologies.


We’re excited to see these two new exciting vehicles make their debut soon and can’t wait for the models to arrive at our Los Angeles, CA area Honda dealership! 

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