Get Ready for the Honda Clarity Electric and Plug-In Hybrid
If you’ve been paying attention to Honda’s groundbreaking work in the alternative energy department, then you’re probably already tuned into the all-new Honda Clarity Fuel Cell, which arrived in California in late 2016 for its first lucky customers. Now, Honda is gearing up to expand the Honda Clarity lineup with the upcoming release of the Honda Clarity Electric and Plug-In Hybrid models. Find out what we know so far, and stay up to speed on all the latest Honda Clarity news with Commonwealth Honda.
By the Numbers
As of this time, Honda hasn’t released all the features and specs for the new Honda Clarity Electric and Plug-In Hybrid models, but it is likely to come at an accessible price point for every day drivers and will resemble the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell in many respects. Honda has also said that the Clarity Fuel Cell with have a 366 mile EPA range rating.*
When Will it Be Released?
The upcoming release of the Honda Clarity Electric and Plug-In Hybrid is part of a large and ambitious program by Honda to half two-thirds of its global sales coming from electric vehicles by 2030. As of right now, we don’t have a release date for the Honda Clarity Electric and Plug-In Hybrid. What we do know, though, is that it will be unveiled at the New York International Auto Show, taking place April 14-23. Both of these models will be available in all 50 states throughout the U.S.
Get the Latest Information from Commonwealth Honda
The team at Commonwealth Honda always keeps itself up to speed on the latest information and newest revelations about the Honda brand. Get the latest information on the new Honda Clarity Electric and Plug-In Hybrid models as it comes into Commonwealth Honda. In the meantime, check out other fuel-efficient Honda vehicles like the current Honda lineup—including models like the Honda Accord Hybrid. We’re located at 6 Commonwealth Dr., and you can contact us at (978) 683-5001.
*Based on 2017 EPA range rating. Use for comparison purposes only. Your range will vary based on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, powertrain condition, and other factors.