California, United States, January 4, 2023 – Honda plans will produce Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) or hydrogen fuel-based electric vehicles on year 2024 in the United States. In addition, Honda has also appoint a development center as well as a plant for the production of electric vehicles hydrogen fuel at the Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) in Marysville, Ohio, United States. Honda's first model to use this technology is the Honda CR-V where this technology is in line with Honda's goal of zero emissions by 2050.
Honda CR-V being the chosen model for FCEV technology as this model has an important role in Honda's electrification strategy in United States. The sixth-generation Honda CR-V became the best-selling SUV at once became a favorite model for consumers because this car has an exterior design which is tough and the interior design is sporty and modern. Honda CR-V has a powerful and comfortable engine and has a spacious storage space.
Technology FCEV is a vehicle engine driven by an electric motor made of Burn hydrogen. Vehicles that adopt FCEV technology have tanks that to be a hydrogen bin like the fuel tank found in conventional vehicles. From the hydrogen fuel will be the source the energy that will run the electric motor on the vehicle where this vehicle is does not release CO substances2 and other harmful emissions.
Gary Robinson, vice president of vehicle planning and strategy for American Honda Motor Company, said: "With Honda's goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050 and launching a line of all-electric vehicles by 2040, our goal is to accelerate our plans for U.S. production. Honda EV battery."