Honda Plans 10 Electric Bikes by 2025

September 14, 2022
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As part of its global EV expansion plans, Honda revealed its plans to release ten new electric motorcycles by the end of 2025 to help the Japanese automaker reach its sustainability goals

With this announcement, Honda aims to release ten new electric motorcycles by 2025, with annual sales of 3.5 million units by 2030, or about 15% of total sales. All new Honda e-motorcycles will use its solid-state batteries, which are currently under development and slated to hit production in 2024.

The company has also confirmed two commuter EV models between 2024 and 2025.

In 2019, Honda had teamed up with other three Japanese firms -- Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha -- to form a consortium towards uniform standards for batteries, charging stations and a few other EV components.

The company is currently conducting joint trials with Thailand Post Company Limited, and will soon start the production of the Benly e affordable battery-powered moped in Thailand later this month. The company said that this scooter will come equipped with Honda Mobile Power Pack (MPP) swappable batteries, suited to business use such as the delivery of small packages, and resolving issues of range and charging time.

Overall, according to the company, Honda will strive to electrify two-thirds of global automobile unit sales in 2030. 'As zero-emission vehicles (ZEV), Honda will strengthen the development of electric vehicles (battery EV) in addition to fuel cell vehicles (FCV)', the company states.

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