A production version of this auto will be here in Europe in 2019."The automaker is expecting EV sales to account for about four per cent to five per cent of the total market in Europe by 2019.The new vehicle is sporty with big wheels and tech-loaded features, including cameras instead of side mirrors.With an interior created to give a feeling obtainable in a lounge, the auto came with A-pillars that offer unique look and visibility". The futuristic design features of the concept could be the first glimpse of what future Honda vehicles may look like.
Effectively, next to the CR-V Hybrid prototype and the Urban EV, the Japanese company also presented its forward strategy for Europe - and just like the Volkswagen Group that means only one thing: electrification.
The Urban EV has low and wide proportions and is 100m shorter than the Jazz supermini, making it 3895mm long.
A large floating dashboard design houses the steering wheel and a minimalistic layout, with only a few button controls and a large display screen.
Honda has pulled the covers from an all-new, electric-powered concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Inside, the concept has room for four occupants across two bench seats and Honda has applied wood finishes throughout. Plans are to start testing in France with a rollout by 2020.
Honda also unveiled its Honda Power Manager Concept at the show, an integrated energy transfer system that can distribute electricity to and from the main grid, as well as directing power flow from renewable sources and managing an electric vehicle battery connected to the home.