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Honda reveals 2025 Honda CR-V e:FCEV hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle



Honda CR-V e:FCEV

Honda on Tuesday revealed the 2025 Honda CR-V e:FCEV, the first production plug-in hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle for the U.S.

CR-V e:FCEV is built at Honda’s Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio. The company says it is the first fuel-cell electric passenger vehicle made in America.


It is a 5-passenger CUV and it is the first release of the second-gen Honda Fuel Cell Module produced at Michigan’s Fuel Cell System Manufacturing, LLC.

This new model equips standard features including 10.2-inch digital instrumentation, 9-inch HD touchscreen, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.


It also equips wireless phone charging, a 12-speaker Bose audio system, power-adjustable heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, hands-free access power tailgate.

Furthermore, the car features parking sensors and sustainable materials including bio-based leather seat upholstery.

Honda CR-V e:FCEV

Image Credit: Honda


The 2025 Honda CR-V e:FCEV brings a front-mounted single-motor that produces 174 horsepower and 229 lb.-ft. of torque. The carmaker says that the rear lateral rigidity is increased by 10 percent and improved by 9 percent more rear torsional rigidity.


The fuel cell module has an estimated power output of 92.2kW and 270 miles driving range with hydrogen fuel. It equips battery capacity of 17.7 kwH with plug-in level 2 charging capability to charge 29 miles of EPA EV range.

It has an 18-inch wheel size and a 235/60R18 tire size. The wheelbase is 106.3-inches, length 187.6-inches, height is 66.6-inches and width is 73.4-inches.



There’s no availability date announced at the moment but it could be in the market next year.

(source – Honda)


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