After Chevy, Honda is the second car company to announce new car models coming with Siri this year.
Honda on Wednesday became the latest big automaker to unveil an in-car connected infotainment system. Called HondaLink, the platform uses Harman’s Aha technology to connect to reams of different content sources and customized software to let new Fit EV customers manage their cars’ power systems.
So with natural gas prices so low – under $2 per thousand cubic feet for the first time in April — it’s worth taking a look at whether natural gas could play a larger role as a transportation fuel.
Your weekly Green Overdrive episode is here, and we’ve brought you the ins and outs of the concept Honda Fit electric vehicle, an EV version of Honda’s cute and boxy Fit line. It’s the company’s first pure EV since the late 90’s.
Much about Honda’s plans for an electric version of its compact Fit car remain shrouded in secrecy. But one thing is set: Honda will work with Google, among other partners, to evolve that concept into a vehicle that’s ready for production.
Back in the 90’s Honda developed an electric car called the EV-Plus that never made it into wide scale production. At LA Auto Show, Honda returned to that history and unveiled the world debut of an electric version of its Fit car called the Fit EV.
The city that’s so defined by its car culture, traffic and massive freeways, is hosting a major auto show this week: the LA Auto Show. Here’s 10 green cars to watch for outta the show this week.
More than 100 world premieres are planned for the Paris Auto Show, which kicks of next weekend, including a strong contingent of hybrid and electric vehicles. Here’s 10 to watch.
When Microsoft or Adobe find a bug in their software, they can issue a new version that can be downloaded in a matter of minutes. But as our cars get loaded up with more and more smarts, what will it take to iron out the kinks?
Honda Motor Co. plans to start selling a pair of plug-in vehicles in 2012, including a “mid-size to larger” plug-in hybrid and an all-electric model, the automaker’s president Tkanobu Ito said on Tuesday.