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You’ll be comfortably insulated in a virtually soundless world. There are no gears, just the light touch of the accelerator pedal delivers seamlessly smooth power from a source that’s clean and efficient, with zero emissions. Welcome to a new age of driving a Honda.
The e will be Honda’s first mass-produced battery electric vehicle sold in Europe, but electric vehicles have been around for over 100 years in various shapes and forms. The idea isn’t new, but the technology is. Throughout creating the Honda e Concept, our designers and engineers looked at new ways of expressing these ideas and found that simplicity was key. The number of moving parts is dramatically reduced; only a fraction of what you’ll find in a conventional vehicle. That means much greater energy efficiency and less maintenance.
Charging times for electric cars will depend on the size of the car and the battery. The typical charge time for pure-electric cars – using a standard home wall socket – is between six and eight hours. Most electric cars can also use rapid charging points that can top up the batteries to 80% capacity in around 30 minutes.
Most new electric cars have a range of up to 100 miles and above - depending on battery size. Given that a large percentage of Europeans drive less than 63 miles every day – and the average UK driver travels just 25 miles – then even 100 miles on a single charge is ample for everyday driving.
The stunning Honda e electric car, first shown at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, is no longer a concept; it’s becoming a reality. So why go electric? Well, electric cars are cheaper to run for starters. There are also significant tax advantages and some healthy Government grants that you can benefit from too. All-in-all, going green will be saving a lot more than just the environment…it’ll be saving you money.
Selected for the renowned 2018 Car Design Awards, the e concept was described as bringing ‘a much-needed sense of personality to e space’. Why not take a look for yourself?
It’s an e with compact proportions, giving the car a planted, muscular stance that hints at a sporty driving experience
The Honda logo on the e concept is backlit in blue. It appears at the front and the rear – it will be a distinguishing feature on all our future electric cars.
Enter the world of electric transportation. Entry and exit from the Honda electric car is through the elegant, rear-hinged coach doors.
The e Concept, can spell out what it’s thinking with interactive messages. They including greetings, charging status and even advice for other drivers on the road.
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