The e:HEV technology is based on a tried-and-true hybrid Honda Civic model in Europe. Thanks to two small electric motors and a new 72-cell lithium-ion battery, this model may be same in the US. The Civic hybrid is

powered by a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine and an electric motor. engine with 181 horsepower and 232 pound-feet of torque. The electric drives in

the Civic are the engine's principal constituents, delivering strong thrust and quick torque. In addition, the driver may effortlessly switch between driving an electric car, a

hybrid, or an engine thanks to this very effective hybrid technology. Eco, Normal, Sport, and Individual are the four different driving modes offered by

Honda. The second option permits the engine, gearbox, and cluster gauge display to each have their own set of controls. In order to learn more

Honda employs a fixed-gear gearbox to minimize mechanical friction. The Civic's sophisticated power regulation system allows it to adjust to different driving conditions.