2021 Honda E Review, New Japanese Urban EV, CUTE!
The latest rumor of the new 2021 Honda E has encouraged more auto lovers to think that the electric automobile era is going to begin soon. It’s no secret that every big player in the automobile industry has been investing their money to create a remarkable electric vehicle (EV).
Doesn’t want to be left behind, Honda is currently rumored to develop Honda E to prove that they can come up with the right EV too. If you have seen the Urban EV Concept that was announced back in 2017 in Germany, this electric car is based on the concept.
Just like many other electric vehicles on today’s market, Honda E concept blends the striking charm of the original Honda Civic with the innovative appeal of a contemporary small EV. The design of the new Honda E is supposed to eliminate visual clusters.
While being designed to have a less visual cluster, the upcoming Honda E design is supposed to encourage simplicity as well. If you are looking for a compact, well-equipped, and clean electric hatchback, this compact EV must be a great choice right now.
Honda E Styles and Concept
Even though we haven’t known when the Japanese automaker will release its electric car, there has been a lot of news linked to the Honda E pictures and its updated concept. The latest update about the upcoming Honda E would the B-segment EV concept.
Called as the Honda E platform, the newest B-segment EV is an architecture that is supposed to be employed in the future, especially for the Honda EV products. Once being released on the market, the forthcoming Honda Electric Vehicle will be the rival of Chevrolet’s Bolt, Nissan Leaf, and Renault Zoe.
The rumored Honda E is supposed to stick to its minimalistic and simplistic approach when it comes to its exterior design. Potential buyers can expect to see this car with a neat and tidy exterior design. Over-the-top stylistic elements won’t be available on the new Honda E modern concept.
When it comes, potential buyers won’t find an exterior style that’s typically done to make the car overruled. Indeed, the automaker tries to include some cool flair to this compact Urban Electric Vehicle, including a front fascia that shares a similar style to the first-generation Civic.
Moreover, circular full-LED headlamps are also available, housed inside the glossy, large black trim of the new Honda E. You can also expect the smooth hood of this EV to be equipped with the car’s charging port that is covered with a glossy, black lid.
2021 Honda E Exterior and Interior
Let’s continue to talk about the exterior that also applies clean design when seen from the side. Stylish pop-out handles and digital wing mirrors are there to beauty the doors of this new Honda E. Meanwhile, the wheel design of this Japanese Urban EV introduces a retro theme.
If you take a look at the back of the Honda E, there will be a roof-mounted spoiler as well as the identical glossy black trim shown in the front fascia. This unit is also featuring an opening mechanism for the tailgate.
Not only the exterior design that looks cool despite its simplicity and clean design, but the interior of this EV car is also worth to be discussed too. The interior is supposed to encourage your curiosity and can even attract your interest.
This is because you must never see anything like the Honda E interior before. Combining two shades of grey and some shades of brown, the interior of Honda E looks classic yet futuristic. The futuristic point of the Honda E interior is because of its large LED display.
Honda has added three big LCD displays on the dashboard of its EV car. Plus, two smaller 6-inch displays are also employed in each corner of the bigger displays. If you have ever seen this cute car, especially the interior, all these LCD displays should have stolen your attention.
Motor & Features – Up to 152 horsepower
If you wonder what kind of features to be awaited from the upcoming Honda E, the infotainment system of this EV car is worth checking for. Thanks to the large displays mentioned above, you can expect to enjoy such a great infotainment system.
Furthermore, you can also look forward to Honda Personal Assistant, digital rearview mirror, a huge sunroof, and LED roof-mounted lights inside the Honda E. Not to mention that all of these features are supported by the Honda E’s spacious cabin.
Then, how is the 2021 Honda E engine and performance? A 35.5kWh lithium-ion battery that offers quick-charging ability is available. The quick-charging battery of this Honda E can get around 80% of charge in 30 minutes only.
Depending on the variant chosen, an electric motor employed by Honda for its E is capable to generate between 132 horsepower to 152 horsepower. Meanwhile, the maximum power of torque is around 315Nm.
2021 Honda E Prices and Release Date
Now the question is: how much is the 2021 Honda E price? It is said that Honda has revealed pricing for its new electric car and it should be around $32,000 while the high-end model should start at $35,500 in the US market.
The new Honda E is scheduled to make its debut in the summer of 2020. The bad news is that the automaker has announced to not sell the new Honda E to the US market. However, the Honda E may still come to the US in the future.
Considering the New Honda E price, this car is indeed worth checking for. It offers everything you need from an EV car with a variety of Honda’s remarkable features. So, let’s wait until the Japanese automaker changes its decision to not sell its Honda E to the US.
In conclusion, Honda E is one of the most awaited electric vehicles especially in the European market, considering the automaker decided not to ship its new EV to the US market. So, let’s get ready to welcome the 2021 Honda E that is supposed to debut next summer.
The quick-charging battery of this Honda E can get around 80% of charge in 30 minutes only.
The high-capacity 35.5 kWh battery provides a range of 222 km (WLTP)
Honda E Equipped with 35.5 kWh Lithium-ion high-capacity battery.
unfortunately, until now Honda still said that they would not bring Honda E to the USA. but we expect Honda to launch another Variant with specifications similar to the Honda E in the USA