Honda’s ‘E:Concept’ Is An All-Electric SUV With Next-Gen Driver Assistance Tech

Sep 29, 2020

Category: Rides

The 2020 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition is finally wrapping up, and despite all of the interesting news that’s currently coursing through the veins of the car world, there are a handful of releases worth their weight in gold. The “Honda SUV e:concept” — an updated version of the company’s lauded “e” platform — is one such example.

The SUV e:concept arrives as the second all-electric vehicle from the manufacturer, providing a futuristic look into the direction that Honda’s vehicle can (and will) go in the coming years. It relies on a space-age front fascia that deviates from the larger faces and grilles we’ve seen so far in 2020, aerodynamic side paneling, and a rounded cockpit that’s devoid of any sharp lines. But what makes the e:concept so special is its array of tech features. Honda has unveiled the second-generation of its unique “Sensing” platform, promising cutting-edge driver-assistance systems, omnidirectional ADAS, and decision-making. While there’s still much to learn about the vehicle, information has remained relatively scarce. Head to Honda’s website to learn more about the futuristic SUV.

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