By the end of 2030, two-thirds of the Honda cars sold will be electrified, the Japanese company, which is active in the field of electric cars, said. Honda recently entered into a multi-year agreement with General Motors to create a new generation of batteries for electric cars. Honda announced the beginning of sales of the hybrid model Charity PHEV in Japan, which can operate in three modes: as an electric car, hybrid and a fuel engine. A car with electric traction alone can overcome a distance of 114 kilometers 600 meters. It is equipped with a port for quick charging, as well as an output for connecting other devices with which it can serve as a power source.
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