The first serial electric car Honda E is approaching the official release. On June 13, the Japanese company released new technical details about the model, which will become the world’s first automaker product, built on the EV platform.
The architecture of the car was designed from the ground up. In the center of the wheelbase there is a 35.5 kWh lithium-ion battery. This integration provides a perfect 50:50 weight balance with a low center of gravity. As a result, owners of electric vehicles will get optimal controllability with high stability.
Honda still adheres to its previously announced information on the distance of the electric vehicle on one charge that is about 125 miles. The charger port has a LED indicator hidden behind a glass panel.
The Honda E series version will be presented later this year, but is already available for pre-order customers from the UK, Germany, France and Norway. The automaker intends to introduce electrification by 2025, and expects to get at least two-thirds of the European market.
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