Monday, February 26, 2024

Honda Teases the 2022 City Hybrid Ahead of Its Launch

The Honda City Hybrid will be marketed under the “e:HEV” brand and will be the first strong hybrid in its sector, as well as the most cheap. The Honda City Hybrid is poised to make its debut in India, and the first teaser was posted earlier today. Later this week, the new vehicle will make its local premiere, making it the only model in its segment to offer a strong-hybrid configuration. In fact, other from the Toyota Camry, it will be the most cheap strong-hybrid automobile on the market.

Honda Teases the 2022 City Hybrid Ahead of Its Launch

Interior and Exterior

The latest teaser image clearly shows the e”HEV logo, as well as confirming that the badges for the variation names would remain on the car. It also implies that the hybrid form will be available alongside non-RS models. It will resemble the conventional model nearly entirely, with the exception of the additional emblems and black trim that will replace the chrome trim. The mechanical differences, on the other hand, will be numerous.

Instead of the dual-tone beige-black scheme found on the top model, the interior will be all-black. The features will be brought over from the ICE version’s top-spec ZX model, and the new model may even gain the ADAS capabilities present on the Thai-spec car. Lane departure prevention, lane departure warning, collision avoidance, automatic high beam, lane maintain assist, and adaptive cruise control are examples of these features.


The regular version’s 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine will be replaced by a 1.5-litre four-cylinder Atkinson petrol engine that will work in tandem with two electric motors. The gasoline engine produces a maximum of 98 PS and 127 Nm of torque. The motor will be linked to a CVT transmission. One of the two electric motors will power the front wheels through a single-speed gearbox, while the other will serve as a starter generator. The front-wheel-drive motor will have a maximum power of 109 PS and a peak torque of 253 Nm. There will be three different drive modes available: gasoline-only, gasoline-electric, and electric-only.

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