Honda e Test: Stylish city car that fits a niche
Meet the Honda e, the chic small car which the company packed full of hi-tech before bringing it to market. Last year, the electric car made a convincing first drive, considering the concept’s specifications. But what does the Honda e deliver in everyday use today?
Introducing the Honda E-Drag
Honda has given viewers a preview of the Honda E-Drag at the virtual Tokyo Auto Salon. The vehicle is a Honda E that the company’s engineers have converted into a quirky drag racer as a concept.
Honda joins CO2 pool of Tesla and FCA in Europe
Honda has joined the CO2 pool of Tesla and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) in the EU, according to an official document from the European Commission. The Honda e registrations appear insufficient to reduce Honda’s overall fleet emissions.
Keba becomes Honda E new wall box supplier
As part of the launch of the fully electric Honda e, Keba is now the exclusive supplier for the ‘Honda Power Charger’ wall boxes. The Japanese-Austrian duo jointly developed the charging station to match the vehicle design that was presented at the 2019 IAA.
Honda e to start at £26,160
Honda has published the prices for its fully electric Honda e: The 100 kW version starts in the UK at £26,160, the 113 kW version at £28,660. To note: Honda has already included the government plug-in bonus in these figures.
Honda e ready for order in Europe
Honda’s first fully electric series model for the European market – the Honda e – can be reserved here in Europe with immediate effect. The reservation fee, which guarantees interested parties a place on the waiting list to order the electricity, is 800 pounds in the UK.
Honda’s debut BEV is to be called the Honda e
Honda’s first fully electric production model for the European market will be called “Honda e”. This has now been officially confirmed by the manufacturer. At the Geneva Motor Show in March, the Japanese company presented a series-near version of the electric car as “e Prototype” (previously Urban EV).