Honda’s electrification push won’t be limited to cars. The company on Tuesday announced that it will launch 10 electric motorcycles globally by 2025, and make its motorcycle lineup carbon neutral by 2040.
Honda already sells a line of small scooters aimed at fleet operators, and that are already used by the Japanese and Vietnamese postal services. The company plans to expand availability of these models to other markets, and introduce two personal-use derivatives for the European and Asian markets between 2024 and 2025.
Between 2022 and 2024, Honda plans to introduce five larger electric moped models, again in European and Asian markets. Those will be followed by three even larger models for Japan, Europe, and the United States between 2024 and 2025.
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