The Honda e Prototype was spotted at the Geneva Motor Show this morning.
Sitting all alone and almost ignored this morning at the Geneva Motor Show was the Honda e Prototype, a compact electric concept from Honda that has quickly become a fan favorite for its retro styling and cute overall look.
Based on the Honda Urban EV unveiled in 2017, the Honda e Prototype is almost production ready. Honda says 95 percent of the concept will make it to the market. Honda then hopes to build more all-electric models based on the EV platform underpinning the e Prototype.
One model that could see the day after the e Prototype is the Honda Sport EV which was also unveiled in 2017.
Back to the Honda e Prototype, the design says it is a coupe but it actually has four doors. The two rear doors are just hidden by some crafty styling work. Other distinctive elements include a charging port located on the middle of the hood for easy access from every side of the charging station.
We could not get inside the concept, but we peaked a look and found the beautiful retro dashboard that really makes the e Prototype stand out. The layout is old school, but the screens housed inside the dash give the Honda EV concept a modern flair.
Little info is available in regards to specs, but we do know the Honda e Prototype offers around 124 miles (198 kilometers) of range. Charging from 0 to 80 percent is possible in about 30 minutes.
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