The Honda prototype has an electric range of more than 200 km and is based on an advanced rear-wheel drive
This was very interested because the true glance at Honda's totally electric hatchback came to an end. The Japanese manufacturer presented the concept Urban EV in 2017 in Germany before bringing the world to different car counters and in 2018 Delhi Auto Expo witnessed the concept Sports EV.
The small electric production vehicle will make its world premiere at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show that opens for the press on March 5 and continues until March 17. The external images indicate their resemblance to the concept Urban EV and was called "prototype and".
The Honda prototype has a conventional appeal and the exterior was slightly reduced. Having said that, it is still a fascinating design that includes unique details that include cameras instead of rear-view mirrors, pop-out concealed knobs for rear doors, front articulated doors, round sheets similar to the lighthouse design that replaces rectangular units, etc. . .
The exterior has a double-tone look with black finished pillars, roof, spoiler integrated into the ceiling and black coating around. In addition, the front and rear panels, which have the illuminated Honda logo, between headlamps and tail lamps, respectively, are painted black while the capo also gets a black finish as a ball that has as its main objective to act as a port of cargo
The eccentric position of the cargo port is mainly due to easy access from both sides of the EV. It has LED lighting and welcomes the driver along with the demonstration of the current capacity of the battery. Despite the quite affectionate exterior, which can not be found in any other existing Honda, the prototype and has an advanced and powerful traction transmission system.
Honda says that the prototype has an electric range of more than 200 km and the fast charger can be reabsorbed up to 80% in just half an hour. The platform is strongly emphasized for its use in the urban environment and electric motors operate the rear wheels on the EV. The interior has a clutter-free appearance and fewer buttons are used for control purposes.
Some of the main features are the horizontally placed twin screens, the Mirror System of the camera at either end of the board, IRVM replaced by a camera, soft fabric use, etc. The relatively flat floor allows a spacious cabin and will have a "feeling of living room" according to Honda.
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