Honda’s unveiling of two concept electric vehicles, the Saloon and the Space-Hub, at CES 2024 marks a significant step in the company’s electric vehicle (EV) strategy. The Saloon, designed as a sedan with an aerodynamic profile and a low ride height, is positioned as Honda’s flagship concept EV. The company has plans to develop a model based on the Saloon concept for the North American market in 2026, with subsequent availability in other regions, including Asia, Europe, the Middle East, South America, and Africa.
On the other hand, the Space-Hub concept adopts a more boxy design reminiscent of a minivan, showcasing a spacious cabin with seating that has passengers facing each other. While Honda did not provide detailed information on the production plans for the Space-Hub concept, it offers a glimpse into the potential future direction of Honda’s EV lineup.
In addition to the concept vehicles, Honda introduced a redesigned ‘H’ logo, which will be exclusive to its EV lineup. This move underlines the company’s commitment to distinguishing its electric vehicles through a unique brand identity.
As the automotive industry continues to shift toward electrification, these concept EVs and the associated plans demonstrate Honda’s strategic efforts to contribute to the growing market for electric vehicles on a global scale.