Last year, Honda announced that two new electrified variants of the Honda Clarity will join the existing fuel cell model, and we now have word that both will debut at the upcoming New York International Auto Show (NYIAS).

All three variants are said to share the same platform, making the Clarity the first Honda vehicle to offer hydrogen fuel cell, electric, and plug-in hybrid powertrains, similar to the Hyundai Ioniq.

To go along with the announcement, Honda released an official sketch of the expanded Clarity family, where all three models appear to sport the same front fascia. The company didn’t disclose a whole lot in the way of technical details, merely stating the Clarity Plug-in Hybrid will offer an all-electric driving range in excess of 64 km, with a petrol-hybrid range extender mode.

It also adds that the plug-in hybrid model will be launched in all 50 states in the US, while the Clarity Electric will be the “first affordable, midsize, five-passenger battery electric vehicle (BEV).”

Aside from that, each Clarity model will feature a wide aerodynamic body with unique design elements, Display Auto with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, Honda Sensing safety suite, and other driver assistance technologies.