Honda plans to build millions of electric vehicles by 2030 using three new dedicated platforms, with one to be jointly developed with General Motors, Shinji Aoyama, Honda's global head of electrification, said.
Honda will introduce an electric mini commercial vehicle in Japan in 2024, built on a new small EV platform, Aoyama told Reuters on Thursday. This will be followed by full-size electric model in North America in 2026, on a new large platform.
Both platforms will be used for other models.
Speaking in a video call, Aoyama said a third platform, which he described as "medium size," will be shared with General Motors, starting in 2027.