For three decades, Honda has played a leading role in meeting environmental challenges.
Efficient, Even for an EV
It figures that the company named "Greenest Automaker" by the Union of Concerned Scientists for the fifth consecutive time also makes one of the most efficient electric vehicles in its class. In typical Honda fashion, the Fit EV uses less energy to do more. Its battery may be of similar size to other EVs, but it’s how the energy is used that enables the Fit EV to receive an 82-mile combined driving-range rating (adjusted) from the EPA.
No tailpipe. Period.
The Fit EV produces zero emissions. Not a single drop of gas is used to propel the car. Plus, more homeowners are installing solar panels that could also provide a clean energy source of power for the Fit EV.
Environmentally Responsible, Inside and Out
The environmentally conscious thinking behind the Fit EV goes all the way down to the type of plant used to make the seats: sugarcane. Why sugarcane? Because using this non-essential crop does not add to the demand for a nutritional food source like corn or soy.