Honda Fit EV

Years of Production
2013 - 2014 Discontinued
Country of Manufacture
USA Honda
Acceleration 0-60 mph
8.3 sec 80 out of 116
Range
NEDC range is an estimate. No official data.
82 miles 92 out of 116
Battery
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.
20 kWh 109 out of 116

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Honda Fit EV

Design 4.3
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Performance 2.7
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Desirability 4.0
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Battery pack capacity

in its group

miles

Range

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Acceleration 0-60 mph

Top speed

hatchback

Type1

Not announced

Charge Port

Battery and Charging

Range
NEDC range is an estimate. No official data.
82 miles
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.
20 kWh
AC charging
Maximum power the car can take when charging from an alternating current power socket. It is determined by the on-board charger power.
6.6 kW
DC charging
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.
not supported

Powertrain

Acceleration 0-60 mph
8.3 sec
Top speed
92 mph
Engine power
123 hp
Engine Torque
189 lb-ft
Efficiency
24 kWh/100 miles

Body and Chassis

Drive type
FWD
Number of seats
5
Dimensions (LxWxH)
162 x 67,7 x 62,2 in
Wheelbase
98.4 in
Curb weight
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.
3252 lb
Cargo capacity
Maximum cargo volume of the vehicle with the seats upright.
12 ft3

About Honda Fit EV

GENERAL
The Honda Fit EV is a five-door, front-engine, front-wheel drive, all-electric hatchback, which is manufactured and marketed by Honda. The production 2013 model year Fit EV was unveiled at the 2011 Los Angeles Show.
PERFORMANCE
Fit EV's Honda-designed AC synchronous electric motor is similar to the unit that drives the FCX Clarity fuel cell electric vehicle. The drive motor configuration was developed to deliver powerful acceleration, along with very quiet operation. To minimize noise and vibration, the rigidity of the Fit EV's motor housing has been increased, as compared to that of the FCX Clarity.
The Fit EV's rotor and stator feature a combined reluctance-torque, low-loss magnetic circuit and full-range, full-digital vector control to achieve high efficiency and high output over a wide speed range. The innovative shape and layout of the magnets in the rotor results in high-output, high-torque, high-rpm performance.
The Fit EV turns kinetic energy into electrical energy via a regenerative braking system, and this captured energy is then stored in the rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack. The electric motor acts as a generator that can recharge the battery pack during braking, gentle deceleration or coasting.
CHARGING
When connected to a standard 120-volt AC wall outlet with the included portable charging cable, the Fit EV can be fully recharged in less than 15 hours1. With a 240-volt AC Level 2 Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) device connected to the Fit EV's standard onboard 6.6-kW charger, the charge time is less than three hours1. This extremely short recharge time allows the Fit EV to be completely recharged during the early morning "super off-peak" hours where in some areas electricity rates are lowest. It also allows the Fit EV to be plugged in for a short period of time for a partial recharge.
Awards & Achievements
KBB.com: 10 Best Green Cars 2013
Auto Bild and Schwacke: 2017 Residual Value Champion
Honda Fit EV Home Charging
0-100% charge*
NEMA 5-15
120 volt / 15 amp / 1.4 kW
Standard american socket-outlet NEMA 5-15
14 h
Standard american
socket-outlet
NEMA 14-50
240 volt / 32 amp / 7.7 kW
American socket-outlet for electric oven NEMA 14-50
3 h
American socket-outlet
for electric oven
* We recommend to keep the battery charge level between 10 - 90% in order to prevent battery degradation.

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