The well-respected and innovative brand has announced three new cars expected to be on the roads between autumn 2023 and late 2023. Cars announced were the All new ZR-V, the e: Ny1 and the all-new C-RV many models come with advanced electric technology in regards to the industry wide push to drive electric.


The all-new Z-RV is expanding Hondas SUV line up and also closing the gap between the HR-V and CR-V combining sporty appearances, satisfying performance, high levels of practicality, and a luxurious interior. The 2.0-liter, four-cylinder, direct injection Atkinson cycle engine of the e:HEV, was optimised for the all new ZR-V, it is powerful yet efficient, and it works in unison with two motors to ensure snappy, responsive acceleration. A versatile cabin that prioritises use and flexible storage capacity is created by the ZR-V's compact package, which offers great room, functionality, and comfort. The ZR-V's load-carrying capability is increased to 1,291 litres thanks to a large number of trays and pockets, as well as a rear luggage space, retractable parcel cover, and under-floor storage.



The sixth version of Honda's best-selling SUV, the CR-V, has been announced, and when it arrives in Europe later this year, it's expected to establish high standards for design, functionality, and everyday usability. The CR-V will be available in a full hybrid (e:HEV) model or, for the first time in the European market, a plug-in hybrid (e:PHEV) powertrain. The 2.0-liter four-cylinder direct injection Atkinson-cycle petrol engine is featured in both variations. When the battery temperature is at 25 degrees, a 100% state of charge can be achieved from empty in just 2.5 hours. The all-new model still has a similar profile, but with an updated design that gives the car more road presence. This begins with more intentional styling up front, with the e:HEV and e:PHEV models individually distinguished by their own exclusive grille design.


The new e:Ny1

Following the highly praised Honda e city car, it is the brand's second all-electric vehicle to enter the region. It is made to satisfy rising consumer demand for B-segment SUVs. The e:Ny1 adheres to Honda's human-centred development philosophy and offers a unique design with the most cutting-edge technology. It makes the most of the model's entirely electric powertrain to produce an SUV with engaging driving dynamics, a comfortable and refined ride, and intuitive adaptability. The e:Ny1 is constructed on Honda's recently created e:N Architecture F, a front-motor driven platform that is focused on three essential qualities: a pleasant and self-assured drive thanks to a dedicated strong body construction, a low centre of gravity, and carefully regulated under-floor aerodynamics. The platform also features a three-in-one integrated power drive unit, electric motor, and gearbox that is lightweight and high-performing. With a maximum power of 150 kW and 310 Nm of torque, this is designed to accelerate and decelerate smoothly and comfortably. A high-capacity lithium-ion battery located beneath the floor has a range of up to 412 km (WLTP) and a fast-charging DC capability of 10 to 80% in approximately 45 minutes.


Honda new car announcements
Honda new car annoncements