New Honda Clarity lineup features, specs and release date
If you’ve been searching for a new vehicle lately, chances are that you’ve seen tons of futuristic features. The auto world is moving full speed ahead (pun intended) to keep up with consumer demands, and Honda is a brand that is continuously on the frontline. Two additions to the 2017 Honda Clarity model lineup are only weeks away from making their debut, which means it’s time for us to start looking at the kinds of features and specs they’ll offer, as well as the potential release date. If you’re curious to learn more about the plug-in and electric model that are about to be revealed, keep on reading!
Honda’s new, powerful model makes its debut in Geneva
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – auto show season. This year is proving to be one of the best yet, especially for our favorite brand. Honda recently unveiled the 2017 Civic Type R at the Geneva Auto Show, and we’re excited about what we heard. If you’ve been curious about the engine specs and features, or about when you can get your hands on ones of the models, look no further. We have the answers you’re looking for here – and even a video of the brand-new model.
Not only are the Clarity plug-in and electric models going to offer green solutions, but they’ll also sport some of the latest and greatest technology. Features like Android Auto™, Apple CarPlay™, Honda Sensing™ and more will be available in each of the models. Further features are sure to be revealed at the New York Auto Show, so stay tuned for updates!
Difference between engines
As we stated, the Clarity models that are set to debut will offer electric solutions. The plug-in hybrid model will give drivers the option of having a gasoline engine paired with an electric motor, so drivers have the option to use one, the other or both. When the vehicle is in electric mode, it produces zero emissions. The electric model is run on full electric power. This means that drivers will need to recharge the vehicle, using a power outlet. The range of the electric model can vary, depending on battery capacity, and the recharge can take between one and ten hours. This option produces zerio emissions for a truly clean ride.
A release date for the models has not been officially announced, but we’re hoping to see it later this year. If you can’t wait that long, be sure to check out our inventory of other new Honda models!