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OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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Honda

CR-V/Breeze Sport Hybrid e+

2021 A compact plug-in hybrid crossover SUV
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Honda

Vezel/HR-V Hybrid

2021 A subcompact hybrid crossover SUV
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Honda

Honda e

2020 A compact electric hatchback
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Honda

Fit/Jazz/City Hybrid

2020 A subcompact hybrid sedan/hatchback
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JPN


Honda

Crider Hybrid

2020 A mid-size hybrid sedan
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 News
Oct 25, 2021

On October 21, Dongfeng Honda Automobile Co., Ltd. (Dongfeng Honda) presented its all-new e:NS1 battery electric SUV and e:N Coupe Concept at the Wuhan Motor Show.
The e:NS1 adopts an all-new design language of e:N Design, and uses the e:N Series new car logo. The “Heart Beat Interactive Light Language” on the vehicle can display a variety of expressions on the lights during the charging process, allowing users to see the charging status at a glance.
Developed based on an intelligent battery electric architecture called e:N Architecture, the vehicle integrates high-efficiency, high-power drive motors, large-capacity, high-density batteries, as well as a dedicated frame and chassis platform for battery electric vehicles. In addition, it also enjoys features such as Honda CONNECT and Honda SENSING.
Dongfeng Honda also disclosed that the production version of e:N Coupe Concept which was presented at the motor show will hit the Chinese market in five years.
Dongfeng Honda plans to launch multiple new e:N models in the next five years.

From a Dongfeng Honda press release

Oct 22, 2021

On October 20, 2021, Honda Malaysia posted a teaser for the Honda City Hatchback on its social media, with the caption of “Move aside. Y? Because This. Is. It”.
The teaser shows the City Hatchback in RS trim and with an e:HEV badge on the boot. Malaysia market is also expected to get the new model with the 1.5L NA engine and CVT, as per the non-hybrid City sedan.
This 5-door hatchback sibling of the latest fifth-generation City is effectively the replacement for the 3rd-gen Jazz in Malaysia. It is expected to have the same powertrains as the City sedan.
(From Honda Malaysia social media updates on October 20 and an article of Paul Tan on October 21, 2021)

Oct 22, 2021

Honda's Brazilian factory in Sumare will end production of the Civic in November, with suppliers notified that they will not receive parts orders in December.
This will also mark the end of vehicle production at the Sumaré plant, which from 2022 will only maintain engine production.
Honda's vehicle assembly lines in Brazil will be transferred to the new Itirapina plant, which was inaugurated in 2015 and has been producing the WR-V since 2019.
In its different generations, the Civic was produced in Brazil since 1997.
In Brazil, it has already been confirmed that the Civic will continue on sale, but only the Civic Si sports version imported from Canada.
Until further notice, Honda will keep the current Fit and WR-V in production in Brazil.
In addition, the new generation of the City will be manufactured at the Itarapina plant in 2022.
Honda believes that the new City will be able to meet the demand of some Civic customers, although also assumes that most of them will migrate to the SUV segment.
(multiple sources on October 19, 2021)