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John Cena likes his cars. No surprise there. After all, the professional wrestler-turned-actor has a fleet of classic cars as well as modern muscle-bound rides. However, the voice of Honda declared on social media that one of the next additions to his garage will be a new Honda EV, the 0 Series Saloon.  

John Cena might add a Honda EV to his collection of muscle cars, supercars, and custom builds

John Cena is no stranger to world-class vehicles. Consequently, the wrestler-turned-actor has a penchant for American muscle cars. Among his treasured throwback toys, Cena reportedly has a 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona, a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro COPO, a 1971 Plymouth Road Runner, and a 1970 Pontiac GTO. As for newer muscle-bound performance cars and sedans, Cena has a 2006 Ford GT and a 2007 Dodge Charger SRT-8.

In addition to his star-spangled collection, Cena owns a custom 1969 MG MGC GT Coupe. Of course, the little British sports coupe isn’t as it appears. “Texas Metal” star shop, Ektensive Metal Works, resto-modded his MGC with a custom body kit, Gulf-inspired livery, and a shouty 6.2L LS3 V8. 

The Honda 0 Series Saloon EV concept in a tunnel.
Honda 0 Series Saloon Concept | Honda

Of course, what’s the furthest thing from yesteryear’s American muscle cars and modern ICE performance cars? That’s right; a modern EV. And that’s exactly what the actor and voice of Honda, John Cena, might add to his collection.

According to Ringside News, John Cena, the voice that attentive listeners might recognize in Honda’s latest car commercials, is planning on picking up an upcoming Honda EV for his car collection. The Honda EV, a 0 Series Saloon, is set to launch in 2026. 

Honda says the 0 Series Saloon will be the flagship of the upcoming 0 Series EV lineup. Moreover, the Japanese brand bills the Saloon as “man maximum/machine minimum,” citing a focus on spaciousness, visibility, and sustainability. Fortunately for Cena, Honda says the new EV will be an unforgettable driving experience. It’ll have to be; sharing a garage with a Ford GT is no easy feat.