Honda will offer customers an electric version of the crossover Honda X-NVOctober 25, 2019
This “green” SUV noticeably “freshened”, and also became more advanced in terms of electronics. Without recharging the car will be able to drive about 400 km.
Honda in November this year will begin selling the new compact crossover Honda X-NV. In the meantime, dealers of the brand accept the first commercial copies of the novelty. In China, two similar crossovers from Honda are simultaneously being produced: Vezel and XR-V. A year ago, Vezel acquired an electric version with the new name Everus VE-1, but now it has become more environmentally friendly and XR-V, which by tradition was also renamed – DongFeng Honda Siming X-NV.
Its “green” version differs from the usual cross-country with new bumpers, an original radiator grille with an intricate chrome insert, as well as LED optics with a new filling and branded oval logos. Inside the car, instead of the traditional gearbox lever, more modern buttons are located.
In length, the novelty reaches 4,280 mm, its width is 1,772 mm, its height is 1,625 mm, its wheelbase is 2,610 mm. The drive is exclusively front-wheel drive.
Under the hood of the new cross hides a 163-horsepower electric motor, working in conjunction with a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 53.6 kWh. Without recharging, the car will travel 401 km, and its maximum speed reaches 140 km / h. Up to 80% it will be charged in just half an hour.
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