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Honda debuts all-electric and plug-in electric versions of its Clarity sedan

Honda is arguably one of the major automakers least committed to all-electric vehicles, but today it debuts its biggest effort in the segment so far.

At the 2017 New York International Auto Show today, the Japanese automaker is unveiling two new versions of its sedan Clarity, which has so far been a platform for its fuel cell powertrain. The two new vehicles are called “Clarity Plug-in Hybrid and Clarity Electric”. Expand

Honda will offer all-electric and PHEV versions of the Clarity as soon as next year

Honda Clarity Fuel Cell

Good news coming from Detroit this morning. Honda came to its senses and officially confirmed that the Clarity, which until now was only a fuel cell car, will be offered with two new powertrains, all-electric (BEV) and plug-in hybrid (PHEV), as soon as next year.

The two new vehicles will be appropriately named: Clarity Electric and Clarity Plug-In Hybrid. The automaker appears to be hedging its bet on hydrogen with some battery-powered vehicles.  Expand