Could this be the second-generation IMA?
You could say so, although Honda hasn't officially said that the new Sport Hybrid is a successor to the first IMA (Integrated Motor Assist).
What we have here are three new petrol-electric hybrid drivetrains for use in different applications depending on concept and cost. All of them use lithium-ion batteries to store energy.
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