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Honda to roll out more than 20 electrified vehicles by end of 2025
Automotive News China | 2018/5/4

Honda Motor Co. plans to introduce more than 20 new and upgraded hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles in China by the end of 2025.

The Japanese automaker plans to launch sales of its first EV in China, a compact sedan, this year. 

The car will be assembled at Honda¡¯s joint venture with Guangzhou Automobile Group Co. and distributed under the joint venture¡¯s proprietary Everus brand, Honda said last week at the Beijing auto show. 

Honda plans to build its second EV in China at its partnership with Dongfeng Motor Corp. The EV is to go on sale next year. Honda didn¡¯t specify under what brand the EV will be marketed.

Honda showed concept models of the two electric cars at the Beijing auto show but gave no further details about them.

Honda offers three hybrid models -- variants of the Accord and Spirior sedans and CR-V crossover -- but no plug-in hybrids in China. 

In the first quarter, Honda¡¯s China deliveries decreased 2.3 percent year on year to 300,826 vehicles, as an engine problem disrupted deliveries of two popular models, the Civic and CR-V crossover. 

In 2017, Honda was the largest Japanese carmaker in China, with local sales advancing 16 percent to 1.46 million vehicles. 

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