ROCKMOTIVE, Jakarta – Honda’s hydrogen car has now been included in the manufacturer’s big plans, where they have announced that production will be carried out in 2024.
Presence of the hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle will be made at the Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) facility in Marysville, Ohio, USA. In the information released, car manufacturer With the vertical H letter logo, this type of SUV will be produced first because it aligns with the company’s goal of Net Zero Emissions by 2050.
Honda’s hydrogen car is the CR-V, where the reason is that the presence of the SUV plays an important role in the company’s electrification strategy in Uncle Sam’s country.
In addition, the sixth generation CR-V is the best-selling SUV and consumer favorite, featuring a robust exterior design and sporty, modern interior support.
Honda’s hydrogen car FCEV technology will be powered by a hydrogen-fueled electric motor. Vehicles adopting this technology will have a tank positioned as a location for the hydrogen like a petrol tank in conventional vehicles.
From fuel The stored gas will later be processed and become an energy source that will run electric motors in vehicles where the emissions released no longer produce CO2 or other harmful emissions.
Regarding Honda’s plans for hydrogen cars, Gary Robinson, as Vice President of Auto Planning and Strategy for American Honda Motor Co., Inc., explained that the presence of this model will complete the line up they will have in the future.
“The company has a goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, where by 2040 we aim to have a full line of electric-powered vehicles. Therefore, we have accelerated our plans for battery production electric vehicle Honda in the US,” explained Gary Robinson.