This release contains: 1 Related Document, 2 Photos The 2017 Civic Sedan Touring secured the top spot in the 2017 American Automobile Association (AAA) Green Car Guide, Best Under $30,000 list . AAA lauded the Civic Sedan Touring they tested on its high level of safety and convenience features, styling, ride quality and handling, and fuel efficiency. The AAA Green Car Guide is produced by the Automobile Club of Southern California’s Automotive Research Center (ARC), with vehicles being ranked according to multiple factors including EPA emission rating, fuel economy, crashworthiness and ride quality.
This release contains: 1 Related Document The new Si Coupe and Si Sedan return the sporty Si model name to the Civic lineup for the first time since model year 2015. To the sophisticated Civic Coupe and Sedan exterior, the Civic Si models add aggressive and athletic exterior features that are visually exciting as well as aerodynamically functional
This release contains: 1 Related Document Overview Differentiating itself from the Civic Sedan, the new Civic Coupe features a lower and more radically sloping roofline, shorter rear overhang, and aggressive rear styling with distinctive full-width light bar and overall more compact and sporty styling. With its athletic new stance, advanced aerodynamic styling and available LED lighting, the new coupe boasts a youthful, premium and sporty new style that advances Civic design into the next era
This release contains: 1 Related Document Overview The HR-V represents an entirely new generation of subcompact crossover vehicle for Honda that blends the styling of a coupe, the toughness, space and utility of an SUV, and the quality and refinement of a Honda in one sporty, personal and versatile multi-dimensional vehicle. The exterior design matches the HR-V’s fun and sophisticated driving character, with three defining principal design characteristics: large 17-inch diameter wheels and tires, a high seating position that results in a high “eye point” for the driver and passengers (about four inches higher than in a typical subcompact sedan or wagon), and high road clearance to handle rough roads.
This release contains: 1 Related Document, 2 Photos Honda FCV Concept, offering a glimpse of the next-generation Honda fuel-cell vehicle, to anchor the Honda booth at the 2015 Washington Auto Show Next-generation Honda FCV intends to provide significant gains in packaging, interior space, cost reduction and real-world performance, including an anticipated driving range in excess of 300 miles Green Car Journal honors the 2015 CR-V and the 2015 Fit’s 1.5-liter Earth Dreams™ Technology engine as finalists for its green technology awards to be announced at the show Fresh from its North American debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the zero-emissions Honda FCV Concept will be the highlight of the Honda display at the 2015 Washington Auto Show opening on Jan. 21. Continuing more than a decade of Honda leadership in fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) technology, the Honda FCV Concept showcases the styling evolution of Honda’s next fuel-cell vehicle, anticipated to launch in the U.S.
New station on Honda R&D Americas’ Torrance, California campus built in anticipation of Honda’s next-generation fuel cell electric vehicle, due in 2015 Honda-developed hydrogen refueling protocol significantly reduces fill time Preparing for the 2015 introduction of the next Honda fuel cell-electric vehicle (FCEV), Honda R&D Americas has installed a state-of-the-art hydrogen refueling station on its Torrance, California campus. This advanced station will serve as a platform for demonstrating and validating the enhanced hydrogen fueling protocol developed by Honda, named the MC Fill. With the aim of standardizing this new protocol, Honda will make the new research station available to other automakers to further validate the MC Fill protocol’s performance and functionality.
Honda Automobiles: Honda Earth Dreams Technology™ Two-Motor Hybrid System Named to Green Car Journal’s Top 10 Green Car Technology List for 2014
Two-motor hybrid system that debuted in Honda Accord lineup delivers both class-leading fuel efficiency and excellent performance Powertrain featured on Honda’s most fuel efficient gasoline-powered models, the 115 MPGe Accord Plug-In and 50 mpg Accord Hybrid Honda’s Earth Dreams Technology™ two-motor hybrid system that helped the 2014 Accord Hybrid earn an EPA-rated fuel economy of 50 mpg city has been named to Green Car Journal’s Top 10 Green Car Technology List for 2014. Part of an expanding lineup of Honda Earth Dreams Technology powertrains, the innovative two-motor hybrid system generates class-leading fuel efficiency without compromising performance.