Honda unveiled the exterior of the new electric vehicleFebruary 27, 2019
The company will show a pre-production prototype of the model at the Geneva Motor Show.
Honda has unveiled the exterior of an electric citycar e Prototype. The novelty debuts at the Geneva Motor Show as a pre-production model that evolved from the 2017 Urban EV concept and is a key element of the Electric Vision strategy.
At the heart of the e Prototype is a rear wheel drive platform specially designed for an electric car. The car is equipped with one electric motor and a battery pack, the capacity of which has not yet been revealed. Power reserve e Prototype is 200 kilometers, the battery charging time up to 80 percent of the high-speed terminal – 30 minutes.
According to the Electric Vision plan, by 2025, ⅔ European sales of Honda will be accounted for regular and plug-in hybrids, electric cars, as well as models with power units for hydrogen fuel cells.
Among the features of the Prototype e are: cameras instead of side mirrors, panoramic windshield, LED lights with glass cover and displaying charging status, seats with melange fabric trim and front panel with wooden décor and five displays: Camera Mirror screens, digital dashboard and two “monitors” of the onboard infotainment system.
Concept Urban EV presented in September 2017. It was equipped with a virtual concierge who recognizes emotions and is able to make recommendations for driving.
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