After Ford, Volkswagen and Toyota

It's Honda's turn to announce an ambitious 8 trillion yen plan.

Honda partners with global giant General Motors and expects to arrive in 2030 producing this amount

Shortly after North American, European or Asian automakers announced their electrification plans.

Most of the 8 trillion yen investment goes into electrification and software technologies

With this, Honda expects to reach 2030 producing 2 million electric cars a year, which is twice as much as Tesla.

Like Toyota or VW, Honda is planning to jump from current battery technologies in the segment.

It won't be an easy transition for the maker of one of the most powerful and reliable internal combustion engines on the market.

But with a close EV partnership with GM over its Ultium platform, it will result in the first electric Acura.

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