Make Hydrogen Happen
  • Advancing zero emissions mobility, the CR-V e:FCEV received a 270-mile EPA driving range rating while still delivering impressive power, cabin space and cargo capacity
  • Combines all-new U.S.-made fuel cell system with plug-in charging capability to deliver EV driving around town and fast hydrogen refueling for longer trips
  • CR-V e:FCEV is the only fuel cell electric passenger vehicle made in America1
  • Battery-electric and fuel cell electric vehicles will represent 100% of Honda automobile sales by 2040

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 miles2 of EV driving around town with the flexibility of fast hydrogen refueling for longer trips.

“Leveraging Honda fuel cell technology expertise continues to play a critical role in our global goal to achieve carbon neutrality for all products and corporate activities by 2050,” said Mamadou Diallo, senior vice president of Auto Sales, American Honda Motor Co. “Honda has laid out an electrification strategy leading to 100% zero-emission automobile sales by 2040, including the introduction of both battery-electric and fuel cell electric vehicles like this new CR-V e:FCEV model.”

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

[Read more on the Honda Auto News website]