Honda showed the interior design of the new electric carFebruary 13, 2019
The premiere of the “green” prototype will be held at the Geneva Motor Show
Honda has published the first image of the interior of the prototype electric citycar, which will debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Approaching the series, the front panel design will be an evolution of the ideas embodied in the 2017 Urban EV concept.
Judging by the photos, the prototype will retain the large-format dashboard, divided into several screens. The central one is intended for an infotainment system, a virtual dashboard is to the left of it, along the edges are displays on which a picture is transmitted from side-view cameras. However, physical controls will also be preserved – the climate control unit looks quite traditional.
The first photos of the running prototypes of the new electric car appeared in November last year. The car has body proportions similar to the Urban EV, round headlights, charging port hatch on the hood. In this case, the series will obviously go more practical, five-door version.
Concept Urban EV presented in September 2017. The manufacturer did not disclose data on his power plant. Inside the show car they installed a huge dashboard, and also equipped it with a virtual concierge, which recognizes emotions and is able to make recommendations for driving. The button for calling a personal assistant can also be seen in the photo of the interior of the prototype.
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