We recently saw a teaser photo of the interior of Honda’s new prototype, the car is now official and it is called the Honda e Prototype.
The Honda e Prototype will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month, the car is an all electric vehicle which will have a range around 120 miles.
The Honda e Prototype has been developed with a focus on functionality & purpose featuring a simplicity of design with unique character. The smooth body contours lead from the bonnet to the panoramic windscreen to create a continuous surface up and over the front passengers. Further enhancing aerodynamic performance, the stepless A-pillars sit virtually flush with the glass, to help deliver a quiet, refined journey.
Stand-out style elements, which accentuate the clean, uncluttered profile, include flush ‘pop out’ door handles and compact cameras replacing traditional side view mirrors. Both the door handles and Camera Mirror System are unique features for a vehicle in this class. The car’s advanced charging port is integrated centrally in the bonnet for ease of use from either side of the car, with LED lighting visible through the glass cover to welcome the driver and inform of the battery charging status.
You can find out more information about the new Honda e Prototype EV over at Honda at the link below.