As part of Honda's electrification plans, Acura will "Bypass Hybrids Altogether."

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Honda is making a big push into hybrids, with the company set to launch electrified versions of the new Accord, Civic and CR-V in the next couple of years. Honda's luxury division, Acura, will "bypass hybrids altogether and move directly to zero-emission vehicles," says Honda exec Dave Gardner. 


This is an interesting move for Acura, especially since the company made waves with its hybrid-powered supercar, the NSX, as well as the last-generation MDX Sport Hybrid SUV. 

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The CR-V Hybrid will go on sale before the end of the year, with the new Accord and Insight-replacing Civic models expected to arrive in 2023. Honda is projecting these hybrids to make up 50% of the models' overall sales.

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The first two EVs coming from American Honda Motor Co. are the Honda Prologue and Acura ZDX, both of which ride on shared architecture co-developed with General Motors. Honda hopes to be a fully carbon-neutral company by 2050. Of course, what Gardner is talking about here isn't number of EVs coming in the future, but how quickly electric vehicles will proliferate each brand's lineup. 

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