Honda CB300F flex fuel showcased at Bharat Mobility Expo 2024

    Along with this, the company also showcased its Honda Power Pack Exchanger e: battery swapping technology.

    Published On Feb 02, 2024 11:27:00 AM


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    Honda’s stall at the Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024 had a range of environmentally friendly products such as a flex-fuel CB300F, as well as its swappable battery pack technology, called the Honda Power Pack Exchanger e:.

    1. CB300F flex fuel mechanically identical to standard bike
    2. Honda battery-swapping tech to come to other Tier-I Indian cities

    Much like the Royal Enfield Classic 350 flex fuel showcased at the event, the Honda CB300F flex fuel doesn’t differ much from the bike that's currently on sale. The bike can be run on a petrol-ethanol mixture, which contains up to 85 percent ethanol. Honda already retails a number of flex-fuel compatible bikes in other markets such as Brazil.

    Also see: 

    Updated Honda CB300F launched at Rs 1.7 lakh

    Alongside the CB300F flex fuel, Honda Power Pack Energy India (HEID) was also present (with an electric Benly e: three-wheeler) showcasing its battery-swapping pods. With this tech, HEID aims to work with other OEMs to integrate Honda’s tech into their electric vehicles. Honda e: Swap has already been established and is operational in Bengaluru and the company aims to extend its presence across other Tier-1 locations in India in the coming financial year.

    Also see:

    Honda CB300F review, road test: F for friendly

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