Offering a Sneak Peek into Upcoming Electric Vehicle Series
Honda has showcased two concept cars at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, providing an early glimpse into its upcoming electric vehicle series.
Early Look at Honda's Future EV Series
Honda, which goes by the name of Honda 0 Series, has announced that the first of these new EVs will go into production in 2026. The new models will also feature a new Honda "H" logo as part of the company's transition to electric vehicles.
Last year, Honda revealed plans to release 30 new EVs worldwide by 2030 and invest $40 billion in producing new electric vehicles.
Previously, Honda stated its intention to sell only zero-emission vehicles in major markets by 2040.
Currently, Honda lags behind its major competitors in terms of fully electric vehicle sales. For instance, in the US, Honda does not currently offer fully electric models, although it has previously introduced models targeting specific markets such as California.
Meanwhile, the Prologue, an electric SUV produced in collaboration with General Motors-Honda, is expected to hit the market later this year, targeting the mass market.
Other competitors such as Hyundai, Kia, Ford, and GM already have multiple EV models available for sale.
Introducing the Sedan and Space-Hub Concepts
The Honda 0 series includes two concept cars named Sedan and Space-Hub. The Sedan concept bears resemblance to a hatchback, with its low, sleek proportions and a squared-off rear end. It represents the first Series 0 model to be launched in North America starting from 2026.
On the other hand, the Space-Hub concept features a longer, truck-like body. According to Honda, this vehicle has a spacious and flexible interior, capable of accommodating different types of passengers. Interior visuals showcase seats extending towards the rear and sides of the vehicle.
As for the new "H" logo, it is simpler than the current version, eliminating the box that surrounds the current Honda logo. Like the existing logo, the vertical lines of the 'H' extend upward. The company stated that this new emblem will be used on all new 0 Series EVs from Honda.