Honda has unveiled its all-electric city car, the Honda e. According to the Japanese brand, this is an important new step in striving to have the range fully electrified by 2025.
The Honda e stands out due to the lack of traditional side mirrors. Cameras are mounted instead. The images are shown on screens on either side of the interior. The dashboard is in any case dominated by two screens of 12.3-inch.
Thanks to an interface with artificial intelligence, the car also responds to voice control. This gives the driver, among other things, access to the so-called Honda Personal Assistant Services.
Depending on the version, the electric city car is supplied with a 136 or 154 hp electric motor that is powered by a 35.5 kWh battery pack. Honda claims that it is one of the most compact batteries in this part of the market.
The Honda e has a driving range of 220 kilometers, which makes the car very suitable for city use, according to Honda. The battery can be recharged up to 80 percent full in half an hour.
The electric Honda can be reserved online in the UK, Germany, France and Norway. Interested parties elsewhere must first of all make their interest known via the website.