The City-Going 154HP Honda All-Electric Car Is Finally Here

Sep 9, 2019

Category: Rides

After teases and a near-production prototype demo, the wait is over, as Honda unveiled the final version of their electric vehicle. Playing a significant role in the Japanese company’s plan to electrify their whole lineup, the Honda E is here in its final form for your minds to devour.

The electric vehicle has a perfect 50:50 weight balance, making it a blast to take for a spin. You can choose between two power outputs: a 136-horsepower or 154-horsepower system. Both options come with a maximum 232 lb-ft of torque, giving it plenty of power to hit 62mph in eight seconds. The zero-emission car can take you around the city for up to 137 miles on a single charge of its 35.5-kWh battery. Inside, you’ll find a smart surface with a dual 12.3-inch touchscreen display, which includes Honda’s Personal Assistant app that’s able to hold neutral conversations and give you access to a variety of online services. There are no pricing or delivery details available yet, but we expect that information to drop soon.

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