Honda wants to go full electric in Europe by 2025

The future is electric. And Honda knows that.

The Japanese automaker has just announced that, starting in 2025 in Europe, it will sell only fully electric cars, or at least hybrids.

Two years ago the company’s plan was to electrify its European fleet by the middle of the next decade.

According to Tom Gardner, senior vice president of Honda’s European division, the change in plan came to light due to advances in car electrification technology and also because of increased demand for sustainable mobility.

All of this was announced at the press conference prior to the Geneva car show. In addition the company unveiled the prototype of its fully electric cars.

The so-called “e-prototype” has two doors and is the size of a Mini-Cooper. The design is based on the aesthetics of the brand cars during the 1970s.