Honda has just introduced a new logo that will appear on its future electric vehicles, among which a concept electric vehicle has just applied this logo.
At the CES 2024 exhibition taking place in the US, Honda revealed two completely new concept cars of the “0 Series” line. The car has a unique design with a futuristic feel, and the Japanese company also reserved a new logo version.
Unlike the traditional logo, the new logo will not have a border around Honda’s iconic “H”. The company said the inspiration for this logo comes from the symbol of two outstretched hands, and is related to the Honda logo from 1963 to 1969.
Additionally, the current logo has a long history having been used since 1981 after being refreshed from the previous version and now it’s time for a facelift. To celebrate the development of the next generation Honda vehicle line, the company decided to bring a new identity that demonstrates its determination to pursue progress in line with the times.
At the same time, the new logo also represents the company’s motto of going beyond Honda’s roots and constantly pursuing new challenges and innovations. The Japanese car company also confirmed that this will be the separate logo of Honda electric cars in the future, including the 0 Series.
With the 0 Series concept, two electric cars have just been introduced by the Japanese manufacturer at CES 2024 called Saloon and Space-Hub. The first car has a hybrid design where the front has a pointed arrow interface like a supercar, while the tail is curved like a coupe.
Honda confirmed that the Saloon is being finalized with an expected launch in 2026 as the first official commercial product of the 0 Series. This pure electric car model will be sold in North America first, then in Japan, Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and South America.
The remaining Space-Hub is a mini van with a panoramic glass roof that extends from the front of the vehicle to the entire passenger compartment. The car is equipped with a spacious cabin and facing passenger seats to flexibly and diversely serve the needs of future users.