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The idea of a all-electric Honda Fit is nothing new, but the details of the production version that will come to the U.S. next summer are, well, also nothing new. As announced today, the all-electric Fit will only be available through a lease program, probably for $399 per month. What's interesting is that the car does have an MSRP of $36,625, and multiple Honda reps milling around the stand after the world debut unveiling said that the lease-only deal is what's being announced today but that Ho

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The other day, Honda's chief executive officer, Takanobu Ito, said that:

Ah, it's time again for some pre-auto show teaser press releases. Today's announcement comes courtesy of Honda, which says it will show off an all-new electric vehicle concept and a new plug-in hybrid platform at the Los Angeles Auto Show at the end of November. This platform will showcase "the next-generation of Honda hybrid technology," so anyone who isn't a fan of the company's Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) system but likes Honda vehicles might want to pay special attention. The concept and t

Ah, it's time again for some pre-auto show teaser press releases. Today's announcement comes courtesy of Honda, which says it will show off an all-new electric vehicle concept and a new plug-in hybrid platform at the Los Angeles Auto Show at the end of November. This platform will showcase "the next-generation of Honda hybrid technology," so anyone who isn't a fan of the company's Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) system but likes Honda vehicles might want to pay special attention. The concept and t

At a news conference yesterday in Japan, Honda chief executive officer Takanobu Ito outlined the company's future plans to roll out advanced technology vehicles. Among the highlights: Ito revealed Honda will introduce both a mid-size plug-in hybrid and an electric commuter vehicle in the U.S. and Japan by the end of 2012. As part of the company's global push to develop more-efficient vehicles, Honda will also introduce a small diesel-powered car in Europe around the same time that its battery-po

At a news conference today in Japan, Honda chief executive officer Takanobu Ito outlined the company's plans to roll out advanced technology vehicles. Among the highlights: Ito revealed Honda will introduce both a mid-size plug-in hybrid and an electric commuter vehicle in the U.S. and Japan by the end of 2012. As part of the company's global push to develop more-efficient vehicles, Honda will also introduce a small diesel-powered car in Europe around the same time that its battery-powered vehic

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