The hottest Honda plans to stop selling diesel car

2022-08-18
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Honda plans to stop selling diesel vehicles in Europe for the effectiveness of the index module in the data index. The first pure electric model will be launched in 2019. A senior Honda executive said that when the cash civic ushers in the replacement in 2021, Honda's diesel models will not be sold in the European market. Honda is planning to gradually replace the new diesel models launched in Europe with pure electric vehicles and hybrid models. A senior Honda executive said that when the cash civic ushers in the replacement in 2021, Honda's diesel models will no longer be sold in the European market. In addition, Honda will launch its first pure electric vehicle in 2019, which is based on the urban EV concept and developed from another stem cell vehicle related to bronchi

Honda said it hoped that by 2025, two-thirds of its models sold in Europe would be electric models, or at least plug-in hybrid models. Britain is Honda's largest single market in Europe, and the statement of Dave Hodgetts, Honda's UK managing director, also confirms this statement. From now on, there will be no diesel version of any new model. We will replace it with at least one electric version

the new CR-V will become the first major model sold by Honda in Europe without a diesel version. It will launch a hybrid version in March 2019 and will be sold together with models equipped with a 1.5L turbocharged gasoline engine. Honda expects that half of the annual sales of CR-V in Europe will be contributed by hybrid models

at present, the hatchback civic and hr-v (called Binzhi in China) sold by Honda in Europe provide diesel models. In 2020, although hr-v and Jazz (called fit in China) have not been finally confirmed by mtorres, they will be upgraded. At that time, the two upgraded models will be equipped with Honda's i-mmd hybrid system

civic will soon usher in a plug-in hybrid version, but whether this model will be launched in all European countries has not been determined yet, which depends on local regulations. Dave Hodgetts said. The British government recently canceled the subsidy policy for the purchase of plug-in hybrid vehicles. At present, the UK is the largest plug-in hybrid vehicle market in Europe

the Swindon plant in the UK, which currently produces 1.6T diesel engines, will not be greatly affected and will continue to produce diesel engines matching the new CR-V for India, Thailand and the Philippines

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