Honda introduced the Clarity nameplate back in 2008 with the FCX Clarity, a mid-size, five-passenger, four-door sedan geared up with a hydrogen-powered electrical motor. Based upon the FCX Concept vehicle from 2006, the initial Clarity was the first hydrogen fuel cell automobile ever provided for general public usage. Production of the initial Clarity ended in 2014 with simply a handful of systems sold, today it's back, with Honda reintroducing the nameplate in December of 2016. The essentials are the same, including the four-door sedan body design bristling with nerdy cuts and information, while under the hood you'll discover a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain. Signing up with the H2-powered model now is two other powertrains, including an all-electric and plug-in hybrid variation, both which were unveiled earlier this year at the New York International Auto Show.
Minivans are not attractive. They're useful. They're functional. Usually, they are purchased to serve a specific life stage, brutalized by parents and their children over the course of several years. There is, however, a plain appeal in such purpose and utility, a single-minded radiance that shines brilliantly despite the layers of crumbs and dirt and fast-food wrappers that frequently embellish them.
For its tenth model, the Accord looks to up its style video game with a longer, lower, larger, and sleeker profile. There likewise will be a household resemblance between the Accord and the most recent Civic, considering that these spy images reveal headlights and a grille similar to those on the smaller Honda sedan. Also like the Civic, we can see that the brand-new Accord will sport a rakish, fastback-like greenhouse, with a sloping back window trailing into a short decklid.
This compact vehicle is one of extensions of the Honda Element of this series. The date of releasing of this SUV is expected to be in 2018. The 2018 Honda Element is bigger than mini SUVs and smaller than mid-size SUVs. There were no grater changes in design, but we can notice a slight improvement in design. The high demand for vehicles will increase production. All Honda fans will be fascinating to hear all the most recent news about new model. Some critics have high hopes, but so as the buyers.
Honda is updating pretty much whole lineup in next two or three years. All vehicles will get new parts, engine, design… Compact crossover class is going to be part of this project, with its representative in 2018 Honda HR-V. It has been nearly a year when was the last time we saw it running on the streets as new vehicle, and upcoming updated needs to be surprise. Original model comes from 90’s and last one was launched in 2006. Couple of years ago, Japanese carmaker decided to re-launch HR-V, and now it is part of second generation.
Some crossover fans locate boxy vehicles extremely attractive and sophisticated. Some companies are well-known of their SUVs, for example Hummer, Mercedes-Benz G-Class and Jeep Wrangler. Now, Honda is getting into within this market with refreshed Element. Nonetheless, it reminds us on mentioned crossovers, but 2017 Honda Element is multifunctional SUV, which cut in production lasts for 6 years. We will see if Japanese carmaker decided to invest within this and make it one of the most wanted models suitable from its launch, or this may be exploration of its capacity.
One of the most common crossovers all more than the World, from US, more than Europe to Asia and Australia is Honda Pilot. It is hard to compete with this SUV due to the fact it established itself in best of the segment, and it tends to make work of competitors even tougher when you understand that Japanese carmaker is continuously creating improvements on it and launching new models. The 2018 Honda Pilot may well not get many changes, but wide base of fans will wait for it eagerly, and it has better starting positions than a lot of other crossovers. Nevertheless, 2018 year model is not confirmed however, but we are convinced that company is generating refreshment.