2024 Honda CR-V eFCEV

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About the Car

2024 Honda CR-V eFCEV

Honda today revealed America’s first production plug-in hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle, the 2025 Honda CR-V e:FCEV. A fun-to-drive compact CUV that received a 270-mile EPA driving range rating, CR-V e:FCEV 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.

The 2025 Honda CR-V e:FCEV will be available for customer leasing in California beginning later this year.

Standard features include HondaLink® with expanded capabilities including hydrogen station information in addition to charging and power supply data. For additional convenience, the included Honda Power Supply Connector utilizes a 110-volt power outlet that can deliver up to 1,500 watts of power, turning 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 market experience with hydrogen fuel cell vehicles began with introduction of the Honda FCX in December 2002, the world's first zero-emission fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) to receive certification for everyday use from both the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB), as well as the first FCEV leased to individual customers.

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.

The 5-passenger CUV is the first application of the second-generation Honda Fuel Cell Module, which is produced at Fuel Cell System Manufacturing, LLC (FCSM) in Michigan, offering improved durability, higher efficiency, increased refinement and lower cost compared to Honda’s previous generation fuel cell system.

Co-developed with General Motors (GM), the next-generation Honda Fuel Cell Moduleleverages the knowledge, know-how and economies of scale of both companies and will reduce the cost by two-thirds compared to the cost of the fuel cell system in the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell. This significant cost reduction was achieved by various measures including the adoption of innovative materials for electrodes, advancement of a cell sealing structure, simplification of the supporting equipment and the improvement of productivity.

Moreover, the durability of the system has doubled by the application of corrosion-resistant materials and controlled suppression of deterioration, and low temperature performance was also improved significantly.

Design and Technology

Distinctly styled from CR-V turbo and hybrid models, the sophisticated exterior design of the Honda CR-V e:FCEV stands out with new body panels forward of the A-pillar, unique designs for the liftgate, rear fascia and large 18-inch, 10-spoke black wheels.

Highlighting the refined new styling is an exclusive low upright grille design and long hood for an aggressively sleek look. The model’s signature vertical taillights make this zero-emissions variant instantly recognizable as a CR-V from the rear. To maximize driving range, aerodynamic performance has been further optimized with a full floor undercover and unique front spoiler and strake.

America’s best-selling CUV of the past quarter century, the Honda CR-V‘s spacious cabin features clean surfacing, high-quality feel of materials and top-class cabin space and cargo capacity. As in other CR-V models, a striking metal honeycomb mesh spanning the dash serves both form and function, concealing the air vents that would otherwise mar the uncluttered and harmonious design.

Honda will offer CR-V e:FCEV as a single, very well-equipped Touring model with standard features that include 10.2-inch digital instrumentation, 9-inch HD touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto™ compatibility, wireless phone charging, a 12-speaker Bose premium audio system, power adjustable heated front seats, heated steering wheel, dual zone climate control, handsfree access power tailgate, parking sensors and sustainable materials including bio-based leather seat upholstery.

The 6th-generation CR-V is a leader in compact CUV safety features and performance and the new CR-V e:FCEV comes standard with the same cutting edge safety technologies as other CR-Vs, including Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) architecture and the Honda Sensing® suite of safety and driver-assistive technologies.

Sporty, Yet Comfortable Dynamics

The 2025 CR-V e:FCEV delivers a sporty, engaging and refined driving experience via a front-mounted single-motor producing 174 horsepower and 229 lb.-ft. of torque delivers quick acceleration and maximum efficiency.

Honda engineers have optimized the CR-V e:FCEV structure and suspension to deliver the same sporty driving experience and class-leading refinement as other CR-V models. Compared to CR-V turbo and hybrid models, rear lateral rigidity is increased 10%, rear torsional rigidity has improved 9% and its MacPherson strut front suspension and multilink rear suspension have been completely retuned with specific springs, amplitude-sensitivedampers and stabilizer bars front and rear to optimize responsiveness while maintaining a smooth ride.

CR-V e:FCEV qualifies for single-occupant California HOV lane access to reduce commute times and maximize quality of life. The driver can customize the driving experience with four selectable drive modes: Normal, Eco, Sport and Snow.

Triple Action to Zero Approach

Honda is working toward its global goal of zero environmental impact by 2050 through its “Triple Action to Zero” approach, including not only its products, but the entire product lifecycle including corporate activities.

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