SUVs have undeniably evolved significantly in recent years and we have seen some good models for each segment. The demand for SUVs is also undeniably booming and everybody wants one, to the point that some car makers have stopped offering sedans, case in point – Honda Malaysia has dropped the legendary Accord from its line-up because buyers now prefer SUVs. 

This high demand has also resulted in some heated competition for sales and this has pushed manufacturers to outdo each other.  

The Proton X70 for instance shook up the market when it was introduced to the point that some of its competitors were deemed obsolete. It took some years for the competition to respond, but they responded with some formidable firepower. 

Take the new Honda CR-V for instance, it is such a radical change from the previous models that the competition has once again been left in awe. It may not have had the same impact on the market as the X70 did, but for buyers, there is almost no point in considering anything else if budget is no concern. 

To back track a little, the first-generation CR-V was introduced in 1995 and was an immediate success. The CR-V soon became a staple of the middle class and was the go-to machine for those who wanted something safe, convenient and had enough space for the family.

If you have been following these pages, you would know that we are fans of the CR-V. There is very little not to like about it and for everything that is flawed, the CR-V makes up for it in different ways. 

We have done multiple tests with the new CR-V in Thailand and Malaysia and have spoken about the visuals and performance. Now, we recently got to test its practicality as we got the chance to take one home for a couple of days to spend time with the family. 

This sixth-generation C-segment SUV measures 4,691mm long, 1,866mm wide, and 1,681mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2,700mm which makes it bigger than its predecessor. This translates into a more spacious cabin room which is good news for people of this writer’s width and height and for those who have bigger families.

Well, it’s not a seven-seater but we did try to squeeze as many people into it as possible and found that four regular-sized people can sit at the back comfortably which brings the total number of people in the SUV to six. If you have kids, the CR-V comes with rear ISOFIX child seat anchors which is a necessity. 

Now, if you have six people in the car for a road trip, you will have around six to eight luggage or bags. Does the CR-V have enough boot space for this? It has 589 litres of boot space which is more than enough to stuff the bags and as we tested just for the sake of it, a person of my size can fit in there too.

Besides that, the boot has a hands-free powered tailgate with a walk-away close function which is helpful when unloading the luggage. 

With it being this bulky, getting through tight and narrow roads is a bit of a challenge but not impossible. This variant has a multi-view 360-degree camera that assists you when it comes to these situations. 

So that’s size, but what about comfort during long drives? Let’s just say everyone, except the driver (obviously) was fast asleep comfortably. The road noise is not as quiet as the e:HEV RS variant that comes with wheel resonators but it is not at all annoying or that noticeable. We asked Honda Malaysia why the resonators were not fitted into the lower variants and Honda stated that the resonators were designed specifically for the hybrid variant for improved noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) performance. 

As always, Honda takes the small things into consideration and you see this in the CR-V which features body-stabilising seats for front passengers. This is very helpful to the driver when it comes to long drives as the seats are quite supportive, much better in fact than the previous model. 

Also included is the seat position memory function which this writer found very helpful because I did not have to keep adjusting the seats to my liking whenever someone else drove the car.

Anyhow, if your family is as fun as mine, they will be dancing and singing along to music that can be played via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto on the nine-inch advanced display audio touchscreen head unit and sound is channelled through the respectable eight-speaker sound system. You don’t get Bose here as that is only available in the top of the line model.

The touchscreen infotainment system is rather easy to use compared to the other more technical and complicated ones out there. So don’t worry if you’re not tech-savvy, it will only take you a few minutes to mess around and figure out the functions.

For the driver, the CR-V comes with a seven-inch TFT instrument display and it is customisable. There are multiple views that you can set it to, such as audio info, range and fuel, and AWD power distribution. You can also adjust a few settings through it such as the cruise control settings and other safety-related features.

Another nifty feature is the tyre pressure monitoring system which comes in handy when going for long drives. Of course, when one is travelling long distance, tiredness will naturally set in, and that’s why the CR-V comes equipped with a Driver Attention Monitor which tells you to pay attention to the road if you’re feeling tired. Speaking of feeling tired, we tried out the low-speed follow and adaptive cruise control when our legs felt tired and cramped up. It does the job and is as responsive as it is supposed to be, managing the braking and acceleration seamlessly.

In case of an emergency, the CR-V has autonomous emergency braking, vehicle stability assist and eight airbags which are for the front, side, side curtain and knee.

However, the CR-V does have some things we wish were better. For starters, there is no “teh-tarik” hook available so you will have to purchase one on your own and second is one this writer has always been annoyed with from the start, which is the Lane Watch system. 

As mentioned in an earlier review, when you turn on the left indicator, the LaneWatch system just overrides the entire infotainment system which means, you won’t be able to see your GPS screen until you turn off the indicator or switch back to navigation which means you will have to take your eyes off the road for a second. And this can be particularly annoying when you need to watch out for where to turn next. 

Blind Spot Monitoring system is a necessity these days, and Honda Malaysia should be addressing this.

The final flaw is the slow wireless charging pad that takes hours to charge the phone. Yes, there are USB ports and a 12V 180W Max outlet options but that would mean more cables and a messier look. 

To conclude, for RM181,900, we would say that yes, this is an all-rounder family SUV and if we were in the market for a reliable, comfortable SUV, this would be it. 


1.5 V AWD:

Engine: 1.5 litre DOHC VTEC Turbo engine

Power: 193PS @ 6000rpm

Torque: 243Nm from 1,700 to 5,000rpm

Gearbox: CVT

0-100km/h: 10.4 seconds

Top speed: 200km/h

Price: RM181,900

We like: Comfort, space and practicality.

We don’t like: LaneWatch, its slow wireless charging and no “teh-tarik” hook

Honda Civic 2025 mendapat ubah suai yang menambah lebih gaya dan kuasa, terutamanya dengan pilihan hibrid baharunya. Ia datang dalam versi sedan atau hatchback, dengan empat tahap trim. Model hibrid dijangka membentuk 40% daripada jualan Civic.

Hibrid ini mempunyai 200hp dan 315Nm tork dan pecutan lancar. Mereka menggunakan sistem hibrid dua motor Honda untuk kecekapan tanpa mengorbankan prestasi. Pemandu boleh memilih daripada mod pemanduan yang berbeza mengikut pilihan mereka.

Civic 2025 menerima reka bentuk luaran yang disegarkan yang menampilkan fasia hadapan dan gril yang lebih agresif yang memberikan rupa yang berani dan moden. Model sedan mendapat lampu belakang yang lebih gelap yang menambah penampilannya yang lebih tajam. Untuk trim berkuasa hibrid, terdapat hiasan lampu depan berwarna badan yang tersendiri dan lip bawah hadapan yang menyerlahkan estetika sporty mereka. Kemasan Sport mengekalkan kemasan gelap dan roda hitam 18-inci mereka baharu eksklusif kepada Sport Touring Hybrid teratas. Selain itu, terdapat empat warna luaran baharu, termasuk Solar Silver Metallic, Urban Grey Pearl, Blue Lagoon Pearl (eksklusif untuk sedan Civic) dan Sand Dune Pearl (eksklusif untuk Civic hatchback).


Di dalam, Civic 2025 menawarkan ruang kabin yang disegarkan. Semua model hibrid kini menampilkan warna dalaman kelabu yang mewujudkan suasana moden dan canggih. Kemasan Sport Hybrid termasuk kemudahan standard seperti moonroof, tempat duduk hadapan yang boleh dipanaskan, dan kawalan iklim dwi-zon. Melangkah ke Sport Touring Hybrid menambah sentuhan premium seperti tempat duduk kulit dan sistem audio premium Bose 12 pembesar suara, meningkatkan pengalaman mewah keseluruhan. Teknologi termaju juga disepadukan ke dalam bahagian dalam, dengan ciri-ciri seperti skrin sentuh 9-inci yang lebih besar dengan Apple CarPlay tanpa wayar dan Android Auto serta pengecas telefon pintar tanpa wayar yang tersedia dalam Sport Touring Hybrid. Selain itu, semua model Civic didatangkan standard dengan port USB-C hadapan, menyediakan sambungan untuk pelbagai peranti.

Keselamatan kekal menjadi keutamaan Honda, dengan Civic generasi ke-11 dilengkapi dengan teknologi keselamatan aktif dan pasif termaju sebagai standard di semua peringkat trim. Ini termasuk struktur badan Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) yang direka untuk meningkatkan perlindungan penghuni dalam pelbagai perlanggaran hadapan, bersama-sama dengan sistem sekatan tambahan termaju.

Expanding upon the success of the 11th generation Civic, crowned the 2022 North American Car of the Year, the refreshed 2025 Honda Civic introduces more style, enhanced technology, and significantly more power, particularly with the available two-motor hybrid powertrain. Positioned as the flagship model, the new Civic hybrid, available in sedan or hatchback configurations, is anticipated to achieve an EPA combined fuel economy rating approaching 50 mpg1, thanks to its integration of the award-winning Honda two-motor hybrid system.

The 2025 Civic will be offered in four trim levels, starting with the LX (sedan only) and Sport, and featuring the hybrid-powered Sport Hybrid and Sport Touring Hybrid variants. These new hybrid-electric models are projected to constitute approximately 40% of Civic sales, marking a pivotal step in Honda’s electrification strategy.

The new Civic hybrid-electric trims boast remarkable performance, featuring an anticipated combined 200hp and an impressive 315Nm of torque, making them the most potent non-Type R Civics ever produced. This enhanced power output, coupled with exceptional EPA fuel economy ratings, ensures quick and effortless acceleration. The Linear Shift Control enhances the driving experience by simulating the rev feel of a conventional drivetrain shifting gears under acceleration, resulting in even quicker performance than the outgoing 1.5L turbo-powered Civic.

Honda’s two-motor hybrid system optimises efficiency without compromising dynamic performance or interior space. Tailored for the Civic, this system delivers a sporty driving experience, incorporating two powerful electric motors. Furthermore, the new Civic hybrids offer four levels of regenerative-braking deceleration via selector paddles on the steering wheel, allowing for precise control during deceleration.

To enhance Civic’s renowned fun-to-drive spirit and ride comfort, the ride and handling dynamics of the hybrid models have been fine-tuned with unique spring and damper tuning, along with specially developed tires. Moreover, hybrid trims boast the lowest NVH levels in the Civic lineup, featuring a robust noise reduction package that includes Active Noise Control on all hybrids and wheel resonators on Sport Touring trims.

Continuing its commitment to affordability, Civic LX and Sport trims are powered by a responsive and efficient 2.0-litre 4-cylinder engine, while Sport Hybrid and Sport Touring Hybrid trims benefit from Honda’s potent yet efficient two-motor hybrid system. Drivers can seamlessly switch between selectable drive modes—Econ, Normal, and Sport (Sport and hybrid trims only)—to optimise the driving experience for various conditions. The Sport Touring Hybrid models also introduce a new Individual mode, enabling customisation of the driving experience.

In terms of design, every 2025 Honda Civic receives exterior enhancements, including a more aggressive front fascia and grille, along with darker taillights for a sharper appearance in the sedan model. The more-powerful hybrid-powered trims feature a distinct body-coloured headlamp garnish and front lower spoiler, further accentuating their sporty aesthetic. Additionally, all Sport trims retain dark trim and black 18-inch wheels, with a new machine-finished wheel design exclusive to the top-of-the-line Sport Touring Hybrid.

Introducing four new exterior colours—including Solar Silver Metallic, Urban Gray Pearl, Blue Lagoon Pearl (exclusive to Civic sedan), and Sand Dune Pearl (exclusive to Civic hatchback)—further enhance the visual appeal of the 2025 Civic.

Inside, the Civic’s interior is refreshed, offering a simple yet clean design. All hybrid models now feature a grey interior colour, while the Sport Hybrid includes standard amenities such as a moonroof, heated front seats, and dual-zone climate controls. The Sport Touring Hybrid adds premium touches like leather seating, a 12-speaker Bose premium audio system, and advanced technology, including a larger 9-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, along with a wireless smartphone charger. Additionally, all Civic models come standard with front USB-C ports.

The top-line Sport Touring Hybrid integrates Google built-in for the first time in a Civic, offering access to apps like Google Assistant, Google Maps, and more on Google Play. This feature enhances the driving experience with personalised and connected functionalities, supported by a complimentary 3-year unlimited data plan.

Safety remains a top priority for Honda, with the 11th-generation Civic equipped with advanced active and passive safety technology as standard across all trim levels. This includes Honda’s proprietary Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure, designed to enhance occupant protection in various frontal collisions, along with advanced supplemental restraint systems.

Civic’s driver and passenger front airbags are engineered to minimise the risk of severe brain trauma associated with angled frontal collisions, with innovative designs aimed at reducing rotation. Furthermore, all Civic models come equipped with the Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver-assistive technologies, featuring Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) with Pedestrian Detection, Forward Collision Warning, Road Departure Mitigation (RDM) incorporating Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS), and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC). Additionally, all Sport models are now equipped with Blind Spot with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert.

Kereta Jepun, terutama Honda, memang popular di Malaysia. Sejak pelancaran City Hatchback pada 2021, Honda Malaysia telah berjaya menjual 28,700 unit model tersebut. Pada suku pertama (Q1) 2024, jualan keseluruhan Honda mencapai 21,500 unit, menunjukkan peningkatan 23% berbanding Q1 2023.

City Hatchback yang telah diperbaharui telah diperkenalkan oleh Honda Malaysia untuk memenuhi permintaan yang tinggi, dengan sasaran jualan sebanyak 900 unit sebulan. Dengan permintaan yang tinggi, sasaran ini nampaknya boleh dicapai.


We all know how good and popular Japanese cars are here in Malaysia, especially Honda’s. Ever since the launch of the City Hatchback in 2021, Honda Malaysia has managed to sell 28,700 units of it.

The overall Honda sales for the first quarter (Q1) 2024 reached 21,500 units, a 23% increase in Q1 of 2024, compared to Q1 2023.

Due to the City hatchback’s popularity, Honda Malaysia has introduced the new facelift City Hatchback and has targeted to sell 900 units a month. Due to the high demand, we can see them achieving this.

The pricing for the new City Hatchback starts at RM85,900 for the S variant, RM90,900 for the E variant, RM95,900 for the V variant, RM100,900 for the Petrol RS and RM112,900 for the top of the line e:HEV RS variant.

Powered by the 1.5L e:HEV powertrain, the RS variant delivers 109PS and 253Nm, while the 1.5L DOHC i-VTEC petrol version puts out 121PS and 145Nm of torque.

All variants are equipped with safety features such as six airbags and Walk Away Auto Lock. The Multi-Angle Reverse Camera with Hi-Resolution are fitted in all variants except for S variant. Additionally, the V and RS variants are also equipped with Honda LaneWatch to enhance vision for blind spot. The New City Hatchback RS variants are equipped with smartphone application integration named Honda CONNECT for Safety, Security and Convenience. To provide further value, Honda CONNECT is now available as an optional accessory for S, E and V variants.

Honda Malaysia akhirnya melancarkan City Hatchback facelift yang dinanti-nantikan, dengan tempahan dibuka di semua pengedar Honda di seluruh negara sejak April tahun ini. Model facelift ini hadir dalam lima varian: S, E, V, Petrol RS, dan e:HEV RS.

City Hatchback yang telah diperbaharui menampilkan rekaan baru dengan gril depan Honeycomb, hiasan lampu kabus depan LED, dan hiasan bawah bumper belakang. Varian RS kini dilengkapi roda aloi hitam Berlina 16-inci baharu dan hiasan sisi menambah daya tarikan sporty. Panjang varian RS juga bertambah, berukuran 4,369mm, manakala varian S, E, dan V adalah 4,350 mm panjang.

Varian RS dikuasakan oleh enjin 1.5L e:HEV yang menghasilkan 109PS dan 253Nm tork. Versi petrol pula menggunakan enjin 1.5L DOHC i-VTEC yang mengeluarkan 121PS dan 145Nm tork.

Di bahagian dalaman, varian RS dilengkapi dengan panel papan pemuka dicat merah dan tempat duduk Kulit Combi yang sporty dengan jahitan merah. Kedua-dua Petrol RS dan e:HEV RS hadir dengan sistem audio paparan 8-inci yang menyokong Apple CarPlay dan Android Auto tanpa wayar, serta kluster meter TFT 7-inci. Ultra Seat yang fleksibel dan praktikal masih menjadi standard untuk semua varian.

Honda City Hatchback facelift dilengkapi dengan teknologi Honda SENSING sebagai standard untuk semua varian. Ciri-ciri Honda SENSING termasuk:

  • Low Speed Follow (LSF) – new feature applicable for e:HEV RS only 
  • Lead Car Departure Notification (LCDN) – Ciri baru untuk semua varian 
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
  • Forward Collision Warning (FCW)
  • Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS)
  • Lane Keep Assist System (LKAS)
  • Road Departure Mitigation (RDM)
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
  • Auto High Beam (AHB)

Kesemua varian juga dilengkapi dengan enam beg udara dan Walk Away Auto Lock. Selain itu, kamera Multi-Angle Reverse dengan resolusi tinggi dipasang pada semua varian kecuali varian S. Varian V dan RS turut dilengkapi dengan Honda LaneWatch untuk penglihatan titik buta yang lebih baik.

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Harga atas jalan tanpa insurans untuk City Hatchback baharu adalah seperti berikut:
– Varian S: RM85,900
– Varian E: RM90,900
– Varian V: RM95,900
– Petrol RS: RM100,900
– e:HEV RS: RM112,900

Honda Malaysia has finally launched the much anticipated facelifted City Hatchback. The facelifted model was available for bookings at all Honda dealerships nationwide back in April of this year.

Introduced in 2021, the City Hatchback was Honda Malaysia’s second model featuring the e:HEV technology. The e:HEV RS variant, known for its sporty appeal, contributed significantly to the Company’s hybrid sales, accounting for 16% of total hybrid sales. In 2023, the City Hatchback achieved strong sales figures, solidifying its presence in the Non-National hatchback segment.

The new Honda City Hatchback comes in a total of five variants; the S, E, V, Petrol RS and e:HEV RS.

The facelifted City Hatchback has a newly designed Honeycomb Front Grille, Front Lower Grille, LED Front Fog Lights Garnish and Rear Bumper Lower Garnish. New Berlina Black 16-inch Alloy Wheels and a new edgy-looking Side Sill Garnish further elevate the sporty appeal of both RS variants. The Petrol RS and e:HEV RS variants of the New City Hatchback is now longer with refreshed exterior design measuring 4,369mm in length while the S, E and V variants are 4,350 mm in length.

Powered by the 1.5L e:HEV powertrain, the RS variant delivers 109PS and 253Nm, while the 1.5L DOHC i-VTEC petrol version puts out 121PS and 145Nm of torque.

The interior has received some upgrades too. The RS variants now feature a red-painted dashboard panel and sporty Combi Leather seats with red stitching. Both Petrol RS and e:HEV RS are fitted with 8” Display Audio with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Wireless Connectivity, in addition to 7” TFT Meter Cluster. The New City Hatchback continues to excel in practicality and spaciousness, thanks to the ultra Seat, which comes standard across all variants. 

The New City Hatchback is equipped with Honda SENSING as a standard safety feature for all variants, now including the Lead Car Departure Notification (LCDN). The complete list of Honda SENSING features in the New City Hatchback includes Low Speed Follow (LSF) – (new feature applicable for e:HEV RS only), Lead Car Departure Notification (LCDN) – new feature for all variants, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), Lane Keep Assist System (LKAS), Road Departure Mitigation (RDM), Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Auto High Beam (AHB).

All variants are equipped with safety features such as six airbags and Walk Away Auto Lock. The Multi-Angle Reverse Camera with Hi-Resolution are fitted in all variants except for S variant. Additionally, the V and RS variants are also equipped with Honda LaneWatch to enhance vision for blind spot. The New City Hatchback RS variants are equipped with smartphone application integration named Honda CONNECT for Safety, Security and Convenience. To provide further value, Honda CONNECT is now available as an optional accessory for S, E and V variants.

The on the road pricing without insurance for the new City Hatchback starts at RM85,900 for the S, RM90,900 for the E, RM95,900 for the V, RM100,900 for the Petrol RS and RM112,900 for the top of the line e:HEV RS.

Honda Malaysia telah mengumumkan pelancaran City Hatchback baharu pada Suku 2, 2024, sekali gus mengesahkan kedudukannya sebagai salah satu model hatchback terlaris dalam segmen Bukan Nasional. Model facelift kini tersedia untuk tempahan di semua pengedar Honda di seluruh negara.

Encik Hironobu Yoshimura, Pengarah Urusan dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Honda Malaysia, menyatakan keghairahan untuk New City Hatchback, mencerminkan kejayaan awalnya sejak diperkenalkan pada 2021. Dengan lebih 28,700 unit terjual, ia telah memantapkan dirinya sebagai sensasi hatchback terunggul Malaysia.

Diperkenalkan pada 2021, City Hatchback merupakan model kedua Honda Malaysia yang menampilkan teknologi e:HEV. Varian e:HEV RS, yang terkenal dengan daya tarikannya yang sporty, menyumbang dengan ketara kepada jualan hibrid Syarikat, menyumbang 16% daripada jumlah jualan hibrid. Pada tahun 2023, City Hatchback mencapai angka jualan yang kukuh, mengukuhkan kehadirannya dalam segmen hatchback Bukan Nasional.

City Hatchback yang dipertingkatkan menampilkan rupa dan penampilan yang dipertingkatkan, dengan reka bentuk yang lebih ramping dan lebih dinamik bertujuan untuk menawan hati penonton. Varian e:HEV RS menyerlah dengan bahagian luarnya yang lebih tajam dan lebih agresif, menampilkan gril hadapan yang direka bentuk baharu, gril bawah, bumper dan fog garnish.

Menambah daya tarikan sportynya, varian e:HEV RS kini menyertakan hiasan bawah bumper belakang yang anggun dan rekaan hiasan side sill, bersama-sama dengan Roda Aloi 16-inci Berlina Black yang menawan. Dikuasakan oleh rangkaian kuasa 1.5L e:HEV, varian RS memberikan prestasi tork yang dominan, manakala versi petrol 1.5L DOHC i-VTEC memastikan keseimbangan prestasi dan kecekapan bahan api.

Ciri keselamatan telah dipertingkatkan dalam City Hatchback baharu, dengan teknologi Honda SENSING tersedia dalam semua varian, termasuk Lead Car Departure Notification (LCDN). Varian e:HEV RS mendapat manfaat selanjutnya daripada Low Speed ​​Follow (LSF) untuk menambah kemudahan pemanduan.

Honda Malaysia has announced the upcoming launch of the new City Hatchback in Quarter 2, 2024, reaffirming its position as one of the top-selling hatchback models in the Non-National segment. The facelifted model is now available for bookings at all Honda dealerships nationwide.

Mr. Hironobu Yoshimura, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Malaysia, expressed enthusiasm for the New City Hatchback, reflecting on its initial success since its introduction in 2021. With over 28,700 units sold, it has established itself as Malaysia’s ultimate hatchback sensation, thanks to its captivating design, advanced technology, and practicality.

Introduced in 2021, the City Hatchback was Honda Malaysia’s second model featuring the e:HEV technology. The e:HEV RS variant, known for its sporty appeal, contributed significantly to the Company’s hybrid sales, accounting for 16% of total hybrid sales. In 2023, the City Hatchback achieved strong sales figures, solidifying its presence in the Non-National hatchback segment.

The facelifted City Hatchback boasts upgraded looks and appearance, with a sleeker and more dynamic design aimed at captivating onlookers. The e:HEV RS variant stands out with its sharper and more aggressive exterior, featuring newly designed front grille, lower grille, bumper, and fog garnish.

Adding to its sporty appeal, the e:HEV RS variant now includes sleek rear bumper lower garnish and side sill garnish designs, along with captivating Berlina Black 16-inch Alloy Wheels. Powered by the 1.5L e:HEV powertrain, the RS variant delivers dominant torque performance, while the 1.5L DOHC i-VTEC petrol version ensures a balance of performance and fuel efficiency.

Safety features have been enhanced in the new City Hatchback, with Honda SENSING technology available in all variants, including Lead Car Departure Notification (LCDN). The e:HEV RS variant further benefits from Low Speed Follow (LSF) for added driving convenience.

The new City Hatchback is poised to appeal to young adults and professionals seeking advanced technology, style, and practicality in their daily commute, catering to the current trend of youthful automotive preferences.

Honda telah memperkenalkan Siri Ye, barisan kenderaan elektrik (EV) baharu yang direka untuk pasaran China. Pelancaran ini termasuk dua model baharu, Ye P7 dan Ye S7, serta model konsep yang dipanggil Ye GT Concept.

Siri Ye adalah sebahagian daripada rancangan Honda untuk mengembangkan penawaran kenderaan elektriknya di China. Mereka menyasarkan untuk memperkenalkan sejumlah enam model elektrik baharu menjelang 2027 bagi memenuhi permintaan yang semakin meningkat bagi kereta elektrik di rantau ini.

Ye P7

Dinamakan sempena watak Cina untuk “bersinar dengan cemerlang,” Ye Series mencerminkan komitmen Honda untuk membenarkan pemandu menyatakan minat mereka untuk memandu dan keperibadian. Model-model ini akan menampilkan lambang “H mark” baharu yang direka khusus untuk EV generasi seterusnya Honda.

Model Ye Series dibina di atas platform EV khusus yang dibangunkan di China, menggabungkan kepakaran Honda dalam teknologi elektrik dan prinsip reka bentuk berpusatkan manusia. Mereka menjanjikan prestasi pemanduan yang lebih baik, keselesaan dan kecerdasan, termasuk pembantu berkuasa AI.

Ye P7 dan Ye S7 adalah model pertama dalam siri ini, masing-masing menawarkan pilihan untuk pacuan roda belakang dan pacuan empat roda. Kedua-dua versi menumpukan pada menyediakan pengalaman pemanduan yang menyeronokkan bersama-sama dengan ruang dalaman yang luas dan pintar.

Ye S7

Konsep Ye GT mempamerkan visi Honda untuk EV grand tourer, menampilkan reka bentuk dinamik dan pengalaman pemanduan yang mengasyikkan. Ia termasuk ciri-ciri inovatif seperti paparan fokus jauh untuk penumpang hadapan, mewujudkan persekitaran yang unik di dalam kenderaan.

Ye GT Concept

Strategi EV Honda di China sejajar dengan matlamat globalnya untuk mencapai neutraliti karbon menjelang 2050. Dengan memperkenalkan 10 model EV jenama Honda di China menjelang 2027 dan menyasarkan EV menguasai 100% daripada jualan keretanya di China menjelang 2035, Honda mengambil langkah penting ke arah masa depan yang mampan.