Honda disclosed its new electric vehicle, the adorable and tiny Honda E, previously this year, but info has been vague so far. The firm has steadily drip-fed functions comprising a faux-wood paneled dashboard and side cameras rather than mirrors, but now the firm is all set to share more, disclosing some major specifications about the car comprising weight distribution and battery capacity.
The firm claims energy will be given via feature four-wheel free suspension and the rear wheels that might make the ride comfier. The battery will also be situated in the car’s center and under the floor, meaning the CoG (center of gravity) will be less and the car weight will be evenly distributed between back and front, offering better traction and more stability.
The 35.5 kWh Li-ion battery fueling the car can be charged with the help of a CCS2 DC rapid charger or a Type 2 AC connection. Charging will be quick, getting to 80% in only 30 Minutes.
The vehicle will have a range of more than 124 Miles, which must be more than sufficient for trips all over town even though not sufficient for traveling remote distances. But if you are seeking for a tiny commuter vehicle for the city, the E can fill that requirement. The Honda E later this year will go on sale and pre-orders have already started, but only in Europe.
On a related note, Honda earlier displayed an affinity for electric vehicles, but what about the motorcycle segment? The firm earlier disclosed prototypes for both the Benly Electric delivery scooter and the CR Electric dirt bike, providing a glance at how it will get emissions-free transit on two-wheeler segment. Honda did not give any specs, but the CR Electric employs a Mugen-based motor along with Showa inverted forks and seems to be based on the CRF450.
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