The future of motoring the HONDA E will be appearing at this month's Frankfurt Motor Show
Honda UK have been gearing up visitors to the esteemed Motor Show which takes place later this month with the hash tag #ThisisNotAPrototype
With the production ready model unveiled earlier this month visitors will be treated to the final production ready version of the all-electric city car.
Available to pre-order from our D. M. Keith Honda Grimsby now with first deliveries expected by Spring 2020, with pre-order customers given priority status.
The Honda e is powered by a water-cooled 35.5kWh lithium-ion battery pack positioned low down in the EV's chassis, which allows for a perfect 50:50 weight distrubution.
A single rear-mounted electric motor, offered in two states of tune, feeds drive to the rear wheels.
Entry-level models produce 134bhp, while the flagship variant has 152bhp and 315Nm of torque - allowing the fastest versions a 0-62mph in around eight seconds.
The Honda e's battery pack can be charges using either a type 2 AC connection or a CCS2 DC fast charger. The latter option the Hona e can recover an 80% charge in 30 minutes.
Offering a maximum WLTP-verified range of 125 miles.
Compact in size the Honda e measure: 3895mm long x 1750mm wide x 1495mm tall
The compact design of the Honda e seats four people with a full-width rear bench accomodating two adults.
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