Honda: Disappearing From the EV Scene

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In 2018, Honda had one of the hottest-selling EVs in the US (and especially California), with the plug-in hybrid version of its Clarity sedan ranking 5th in EV sales. But Clarity sales have dropped like a rock to my estimate of 3,500 for the year 2020. Ouch.

Honda’s EV plans for the US are unclear, but they have a partnership with GM to leverage their Ultium battery platform in two new BEVs targeting the 2024 model year. And new images have emerged of a BEV and CR-V PHEV for China, but it is unknown if variations of these might reach the US.



Toyota’s US Hybrid Vehicle Sales Could Account for 23% of Total Sales in 2021

While we wait for the Toyota bZ4X BEV in 2022 and fingers crossed for more RAV4 Prime PHEVs being sent to the US, Toyota USA is crushing it with sales of its regular hybrids. Our current EVAdoption forecast has regular hybrids accounting for ~23.3% of 2021 sales (Toyota brand only, not including Lexus.)

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