Honda has revealed that its city-oriented electric car, the E prototype, is almost ready to hit the streets.
The car will arrive with a charging port that is glass-covered and the rearview mirrors will be replaced with cameras. It will only have a range of around 200Km (that’s around 124 miles) but that is to be expected from an urban-focused vehicle, after all.
Even so, the drivers won’t have to wait too long to get going again – the E Prototype will charge up to 80% in around 30 minutes.
The car’s interior will feature a touchscreen system that we’ve come to expect from future electric vehicles and it will also have a rear-view mirror that will be linked to the cameras, in addition to controls for air conditioning and the radio.
The car is intended for the European market, first and foremost and it will make an appearance during the Geneva Motor Show, scheduled for March 5th.