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Honda has recently unveiled a groundbreaking innovation in the automotive industry, the 2025 Honda CR-V e:FCEV. This vehicle is America’s first production plug-in hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle, marking a significant milestone in the journey towards zero-emission mobility.


The CR-V e:FCEV, with its impressive power, cabin space, and cargo capacity, boasts a 270-mile EPA driving range rating. According to Honda, this compact CUV combines an all-new U.S.-made fuel cell system along with plug-in charging capability designed to provide up to 29 miles of EV driving around town with the flexibility of fast hydrogen refueling for longer trips.


In its commitment to achieving carbon neutrality for all products and corporate activities by 2050, the company has laid out an electrification strategy leading to 100% zero-emission automobile sales by 2040. This includes the introduction of both battery-electric and fuel cell electric vehicles like the new CR-V e:FCEV.






The 2025 Honda CR-V e:FCEV will be available for customer leasing in California later this year. It comes with standard features like HondaLink® with expanded capabilities, including hydrogen station information in addition to charging and power supply data. The included Honda Power Supply Connector utilizes a 110-volt power outlet that can deliver up to 1,500 watts of power, turning the CR-V e:FCEV into a clean power source capable of running small home appliances, portable air conditioners, power tools, camping equipment, and more.







Honda’s journey in the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle sector began with the introduction of the Honda FCX in December 2002. The CR-V e:FCEV is built at Honda’s Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio, and is the only fuel cell electric passenger vehicle made in America.


With the advent of the 2025 Honda CR-V e:FCEV, the future of zero-emission mobility seems promising. What are your thoughts on this development? Do you believe that hydrogen fuel cell technology is the future of the automotive industry?



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