Battery and Charging
|Range EPA||100 mi|
|Range WLTP||124 mi|
Battery pack capacity
kWh is a unit of energy, equivalent to the energy transferred in one hour by one kilowatt of power. The average electric car can do around 3 mi (5 km) on 1 kWh of energy.
Max charging power (AC)
Maximum power the car can take when charging from an alternating current power socket. It is determined by the on-board charger power.
Max charging power (DC)
Maximum power the car can take when charging at specially designed DC charging stations. Such stations are usually located near the main highways to enable convenient road trips.
|Avg. charging speed (DC)||~99 mph|
|Acceleration 0-60 mph||7.8 s|
|Top speed||93 mph|
|Engine power, hp||148 hp (110 kW)|
|Engine torque||221 lb-ft|
|Efficiency||36 kWh/100 mi|
Permanent-magnet motor is good for efficiency, while AC-induction motor can produce greater power.
Body and Chassis
|Number of seats||4|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||153 x 69 x 59 in|
Curb weight or kerb weight is the total weight of a vehicle with standard equipment, all necessary operating consumables such as transmission oil and air conditioning refrigerant, while not loaded with either passengers or cargo.
Maximum cargo volume of the vehicle with the seats upright.
The Honda e Prototype was unveiled at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show. It is the third all-electric vehicle after Honda Fit EV and Honda Clarity Electric.
Production of Honda’s compact urban electric vehicle will begin in September 2019. A price has yet to be announced. It can currently be reserved in the UK, Germany, France, and Norway.
Honda e highlights: