Recently, foreign media reported that Honda plans to launch its second electric vehicle model in 2022, as for the configuration of the car information, there is no news. Currently, Honda has only one all-electric model, the Honda e, which has a 35.5kWh battery pack and a range of 201km.
It is reported that the new car will be built with a brand new pure electric platform, with rear-wheel drive, or will be delivered in the spring of 2020, the price of 33,000 U.S. dollars (about 230,000 yuan).
In terms of appearance, the concept car head features a closed front grille, the headlights still feature a circular design of the Honda Urban EV, and the middle position of the upper bonnet is designed with a square black panel, allegedly a charging port. On the side of the body, we can see that the new car has a more practical five-door design. In order to make the rear passengers have as much space as possible the car wheelbase design is longer, reducing the front and rear suspension space, which is also honda “mm concept” show, the ring shape is also full of design.
In the rear part of the car, the new car uses a simple design element with flat straight strips and rounded corners, which is more rounded overall than the Honda Urban EV, because it is pure electric power and no tail exhaust pipe. The tail light design was changed from a concept car square to a circle, echoing the headlights.
The interior section, the new car is designed in a minimalist style, the seats are made of fabric, and a large number of wood trim panels are used in the interior to add texture. The central control part is very characteristic, the central control is suspected to be equipped with two displays, and the instrument display area and the central control screen into one. Some of its configuration sits in the center screen area, which includes options such as the time remaining for charging, starting the air conditioner for battery warm-up, and more.
On the multi-function steering wheel we can see the keys such as fixed-speed cruise, voice control, electric heating of the steering wheel, lane departure warning, etc.
In terms of power, the new car will have a range of more than 200km and will take 30 minutes to charge 30% to 80% of the battery.
In late October, Honda said at an event that it would “electrify the entire product line” and demonstrate the company’s determination to transform itself. In addition, Honda’s European president told the media: “Maybe our hydrogen fuel cell car meet the world, but that is the next generation of technology, our current focus is on hybrid models and pure electric vehicles.” “