Honda will Offer Two New Electric Cars with GM’s Battery from 2024

Honda will Offer Two New Electric Cars with GM’s Battery from 2024

Honda partners with General Motors to build electric vehicles.

A pair of new Honda’s electric cars will be available as 2024 models. They will use GM’s technologies, namely a new Ultium battery, as well as the OnStar merged with HondaLink and hands-free Super Cruise driver assist systems.

Ultium batteries of General Motors are sized between 50-200 kWh. The largest battery will give a range of 400 miles (644 km) and even more on a full charge.

GM's EV Ultium battery_1

In comparison with the batteries of other automakers, these ones from GM use less cobalt and are claimed to cost below $100/kWh. In 2019, battery prices averaged $156 per kWh.

Honda is currently working on the battery platform for future EVs, which will support the brand’s driving character.

Honda-GM collaboration puts the potencies of both companies together to provide greater value to customers, Honda states.

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