YOKOHAMA, Japan – Hybrid technology takes center stage at the Japan Society of Automotive Engineers’ annual conference and exhibition, where 475 auto makers and suppliers display their latest technologies. A senior Honda engineer tells WardsAuto the auto maker will introduce its first full-hybrid, a 2-motor Accord, in early July. The car, which uses a 1.3-kW lithium-ion battery, initially will go on sale in Japan, followed later this year in the U.S. and Canada. The auto ...

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