It will continue developing its gasoline-powered models
The firm’s motorcycle-building division is massive: Its customers include commuters, enthusiasts, and racers. There is no one-size-fits-all solution, so Honda is exploring several technologies as it maps out its future range. On the electric side of the portfolio, the company will release over 10 battery-powered models globally by 2025 and plans to sell 3.5 million units annually (about 15% of its total sales) by 2030.
Not all of these models will reach American showrooms; some are so-called “commuter EVs” developed for markets where motorcycles are often used as a primary form of transportation. The ones we’ll get are labeled “FUN EVs” because they’re built around a platform called FUN that’s currently under development. We’ll see three models that haven’t been detailed yet and a fourth developed for young riders.
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