Hybrid Car Motor is Developed by Honda: Free of Heavy Rare Earth Metals

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Hybrid Car Motor

It is a step that can make a huge difference in Automobile industry with Honda. Yes, Honda is bringing something called ‘Hybrid cars’ that will be fuel efficient. Honda Motor Co Ltd on Tuesday has co-developed the world’s first motor for hybrid cars that would reduce its dependence on the expensive materials. It is a great combination of a gasoline engine. It is not that the formula is something is going to be used for the first time. This new technology will enhance the electric motor with better mileage and have gone mainstream in many developed countries but taking the trouble of a steady supply of rare earth elements such as dysprosium and terbium has been a challenge. As China uses this material to enhance their business, now Japan’s third largest automaker has

This new technology will enhance the electric motor with better mileage and have gone mainstream in many developed countries but taking the trouble of a steady supply of rare earth elements such as dysprosium and terbium has been a challenge. As China uses this material to enhance their business, now Japan’s third largest automaker has decided to develop the car with Daido Steel Co Ltd and will be used in the next Freed minivan that will unveil this autumn. Very common in many developed countries, but it does not use obtain a steady supply of the rare earth elements such as dysprosium and terbium and it has become a challenge.

Aiming for new energy vehicles Honda includes gasoline and electric hybrids, plug-in hybrids, battery-electric and fuel cell vehicles that will be accounted for the two-thirds of its line-up by 2030, which is currently 5 percent. The main reason to utilize this technology is to give China a good competition as the country uses the method solely till now.

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