Honda is rolling out an electric powertrain to rival Volkswagen’s (VW) Golf.
The company says the EV, dubbed the LS7, will have the world’s biggest fuel-economy rating and deliver fuel savings of about 30% compared to its diesel equivalents.
The LS7 engine is one of the most fuel-efficient engines ever developed for cars.
It is based on Honda’s Integral Engineering division, which also designs the engine for the Civic Type R and the Infiniti QX80 crossover SUV.
The LS7 will also be powered by an electric motor, which is a hybrid-electric technology that makes up for its lack of a gasoline engine.
Honda said the LS07 engine will deliver about a 30% reduction in fuel consumption compared to diesel.
The fuel-efficiency rating for the LS06 engine is 10%, while the LS11 engine is rated at 35%.
The fuel savings on the LS13 will be even higher.
The carmaker said it will make its LS7 electric powertrains available in Europe in 2018, but not globally.
The new engine will be available on the 2017 model year.
The 2016 model year will also feature the engine.
The 2018 model year and later models will be offered in both a standard and a turbocharged configuration.
The 2018 model will be the first Honda car to offer an electric range of between 90 and 100 miles on the highway, Honda said.
It will be based on the latest-generation Honda Civic TypeR.
The new LS7 is expected to have an EPA rating of between 28 and 32 miles per gallon.
It is also expected that the carmaker will launch a fully electric version of the LS5, the gasoline-powered version of its hybrid-fuel-efficient engine.
That engine, which can reach speeds of up to 150 mph, will also make an appearance in the 2019 model year, Honda told The Associated Press in a statement.
The 2017 Honda Civic hatchback will make an electric-only debut in 2019, Honda confirmed.
The electric version will offer a range of about 90 to 100 miles between charge stations.
Hondas new engine uses a hybrid system, which means the engine’s electric motor is based off a gasoline-based battery.
The hybrid system is made up of two batteries, one for the fuel cell, and another for the electric motor.
When a fuel cell is charged, it can deliver electricity directly to the electric motors in the electric drivetrain.
The two batteries have a different capacity, and they can be separated when the fuel cells are charging.
When the electric power is lost from the electric system, it needs to be replaced by a fuel-cell.
In addition to the fuel-tech advancements, the new LS07 features a number of other innovations to enhance the performance of the vehicle.
The front-wheel drive electric system includes a front-axle sensor that detects how much the front wheels are going, and can switch off if the front axle is too low.
The system also includes a system that automatically shifts between the two electric drivetrains.
The rear-wheel-drive electric system has a variable-speed system that increases the engine speed based on road conditions.
The driver can also change the engine settings to match his or her driving style.
The variable-drive system also has a brake-system-control that adjusts the brake amount, while the electric engine has a torque vectoring system that adjusts torque vectorings to keep the front and rear wheels in sync.