You also have a clearer idea of how well the finished car works. The E prototype meets its urban focus with a relatively short range of "over 200 km". At least it gets charged quickly – in 30 minutes it should be 80 percent charged.
Thanks to an earlier look, the interior is familiar. In summary, it's a mix of nostalgia with modern technology. You will find here a digital instrument cluster, a particularly wide infotainment system with touch screen and a mirror connected to the camera, but you also see controls for air conditioning and radio. And of course there are many imitation wood panels.
Honda will show the E-prototype on March 5 at the Geneva Motor Show and expects to start production later in 201