Honda reveals futuristic ‘0 Series’ concepts

çAHonda 0 Series Concept Saloon

Honda’s new Saloon and Space-Hub concepts preview a new line of electric vehicles 

This week, at the annual tech bacchanalia that is CES, Honda surprised everyone by revealing a new line of electric cars to be brought to production in 2026. The two cars, which will introduce a new innovative line of electric vehicles, will be grouped together under the name “Honda 0 Series” (pronounced zero).

The two cars are the Saloon, a sedan that is both wedgey and curvaceous, and Space-Hub, a spacious MPV/lounge. The cars, though different in shape, share the same design language and technical design philosophy. Also introduced was a new design for Honda’s iconic “H” mark which will be reserved for electrics, and a stylized ‘0’ which will mark the ‘0 Series’ and is itself a bit of a hybrid between ‘O’ and an ‘H’.

A new approach to EV architecture is foundational to the ‘0’ series, with an emphasis on lighter components-including batteries, thinner assemblies, and advanced electronics and futuristic…

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