The all-electric Honda e has a spacious and comfortable interior, but the impressive technology makes it really stand out from the crowd.
The Honda e is an amazing all-electric vehicle. When Honda presented it as a concept car, it looked like a million dollars. However, in the cold light of day, while trudging to the off-license or running errands, the production version lacks some of that luster.
Even so, it’s a commendable effort and unquestionably more attractive on the exterior than the great majority of other compact EVs now on the market – such as the Renault Zoe, Mini Electric, and Mazda MX-30.
The Honda e was initially offered with either 134 or 152 horsepower, but Honda has since discontinued the less potent type. The remaining model has a 35.5 kWh battery and a modest 137-mile range, which Honda believes will be more than adequate for city dwellers. It takes just 30 minutes to charge it from 10% to 80% using a quick charger, or six hours to charge it from 10% to 80% using a standard 7 kWh charger at home.
Although it saves on fuel costs (because it’s all-electric) it’s a bit expensive compared to EVs of the same size. However, that’s beside the point. Instead, let’s have a look at the Honda e’s remarkable cabin.
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