Honda has teased two electrified vehicles bound for the Frankfurt motor show next month, one being an all-new electric vehicle (EV) concept, and the other a hybrid prototype of the new-generation CR-V crossover.

Pitched as the next steps towards its 'Electric Vision', the Urban EV concept will preview a future production model for the European market, while the CR-V Hybrid previews the European version of the popular SUV.

It's unknown whether the CR-V Hybrid prototype is the same as the CR-V Sport Hybrid that broke cover at the Shanghai motor show earlier this year, which teamed a 2.0-litre Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder petrol engine with two electric motors and lithium-ion batteries - similar to the set-up used by the Accord Sport Hybrid.

The electrified pair will debut alongside the facelifted Honda Jazz light hatch and the new diesel-powered version of the Civic hatchback.

Honda's CEO, Takahiro Hachigo, will unveil the Urban EV Concept at the Honda Press Conference on Tuesday 12 September.

Stay tuned to CarAdvice for our coverage of the Frankfurt motor show in the coming weeks.