Honda CR-V-based hydrogen EV in the works for 2024

This facility has been designed to produce low-volume speciality models, such as the Acura NSX and other development race cars.

Honda has revealed that it is working on a new FCEV based on the new-gen CR-V crossover.

The new CR-V-based hydrogen electric vehicle is said to be part of Honda’s plans to achieve 100 per cent global auto sales via BEVs & FCEVs by 2040. While details of the upcoming CR-V-based FCEV are very limited, the car is said to be manufactured at Honda’s Performance Manufacturing Centre in Ohio, USA. This facility has been designed to produce low-volume speciality models, such as the Acura NSX and other development race cars.

Honda is also yet to reveal whether the upcoming FCEV crossover will carry forward a similar styling as the current-gen CR-V. However, reports suggest that being a low-volume production, the FCEV could come with a few major changes, both inside & out.

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