Electric car Honda e will receive a line of branded accessoriesSeptember 1, 2020
It will be launched by Honda Access under the Modulo brand in the Japanese domestic market, where the electric car will go on sale on October 30. The line includes electronics, elements for increasing comfort, practicality and style changes.
So far, only two elements will be offered to improve the appearance. This is a spoiler under the front bumper and 17-inch alloy wheels (model MS-044) in a combination of finishing (gloss black + polished metal). It is likely that in the future the list of styling components will be expanded.
Most of the lineup is dedicated to interior refinement. A video recorder (model DRH-204WD) with a front camera is distinguished from additional electronics. A rear camcorder will appear for a fee. In all versions, the DVR recordings can be viewed using a smartphone.
They will also offer fabric floor mats and a universal trunk mat. On the one hand, it has a fleecy finish, like the walls of the luggage compartment, but rubber on the back: if you turn it over, you can protect the upholstery from dirt. The line includes decorative covers for the upper part of the sills with blue illumination, welcome lighting (with the help of fog lights), decorative covers in dark bronze for the front panel and power window control units. There is also a case that protects the charging interface from dust and precipitation during use.
The Honda e is equipped with a 35.5 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that allows the electric vehicle to travel up to 283 km on a single charge in the WLTC test cycle. The European version is certified for a mileage of 220 km in the WLTP cycle.
The Honda e will go on sale in Japan on October 30th. Cost from 4,510,000 yen.
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