Honda to increase production of hybrid CR-V, Accord, Civic in North America


In a recent press release, the US arm of Honda announced its plans to increase the volume of its hybrid core models — the Honda CR-V, Honda Accord, and in the future, a hybrid Honda Civic. The move to bolster its hybrid lineup is part of the brand’s electrification strategy in North America.


  • Which hybrid models will Honda focus on?

    According to Honda, the focus will be on increasing the volume of hybrid models of the CR-V, Accord, and Civic.
  • Which model will stop production to give way to these models?

    Honda will stop the production of the Insight compact hybrid.
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    “Hybrid-electric vehicles are effective in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and are a critical pathway toward Honda’s vision for 100% zero-emission vehicle sales in North America by 2040. Making the volume leader of our core models hybrid-electric will dramatically boost electrified sales in the Honda lineup, a strategy that will be augmented by the arrival of a Civic Hybrid in the future,” said American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Vice President of Sales Mamadou Diallo.

    To make room for these moves, Honda will cease production of the Insight compact hybrid this June at its Indiana Auto Plant. Subsequently, American Honda will introduce all-new models of the CR-V Hybrid this year, followed by the Accord Hybrid. Per Honda, both nameplates will eventually make up 50 percent of the sales mix of each model. Hybrids, Honda added, will represent the top and best performing models in the lineup.

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