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Honda of Canada Manufacturing has started production of the all new Honda CR-V, with Honda planning for 50% of CRV production to be hybridised.

01 Oct 2022 | International News : U.S.A

Honda of Canada Manufacturing (HCM) have celebrated the start of mass production of the all new 2023 Honda CR-V. HCM is the global lead plant for CR-V production, which has been built in Canada since 2012. In the coming days, production of the all new CR-V will follow at the Indiana Auto Plant (IAP) and the East Liberty Auto Plant (ELP) in Ohio.

Next month, production of the Honda CR-V Hybrid model will start in Canada, followed by IAP and ELP.  Honda will increase production of the hybrid model to 50% of CR-V sales, which is a key step in Honda's overall electrification strategy.

Honda will have 50% of CR-Vs produced as hybrids
The all new 2023 Honda CR-V debuts with a rugged yet sophisticated design, including two turbocharged trim levels, EX, EX-L, Sport and Sport Touring trims that will be hybrid-electric powered.

The new CR-V is also longer and wider, with premium proportions and a significantly broader stance.

This further advances the new Honda design direction with a low horizontal beltline and a long, powerful front end.

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