The Honda e is the model that should more or less drive Honda’s switch to electrifying its European model range by 2025. The compact EV comes in two versions: the basic version has 136hp, the optional version has a 154hp electric motor. In both cases, the rear-wheel drive Honda e has a 35.5 kWh battery pack, giving it an electric range of up to 220 kilometers according to the WLTP cycle. In its most powerful version it should sprint to 100 km/h in 8 seconds.

The interior of the Honda combines retro design with high-tech. The two 12.3-inch LCD touch screens, which cover almost the entire width of the cockpit, emphasize the high gadget content of the car. Then there’s Side Camera Mirror System: cameras placed on sticks that show their images on two 6-inch displays and thus function as side mirrors. The Honda e also has a digital assistant, Honda Personal Assistant, on board. By saying ‘OK Honda’ you can give the system various commands.

Honda
e
2020
Honda
e
2021
Honda
e
2022
January 137 220
February 98 143
March 256 225
April 26 314 269
May 66 262
June 187 343
July 345 233
August 263 200
September 684 438
October 540 642
November 583 412
December 1.334 417

Honda
e
2021 3.752
2020 4.078

 

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Honda
e
2020
Honda
e
2021
Honda
e
2022
January 137 220
February 98 143
March 256 225
April 26 314 269
May 66 262
June 187 343
July 345 233
August 263 200
September 684 438
October 540 642
November 583 412
December 1.334 417

Honda
e
2021 3.752
2020 4.078