Honda's e Prototype is designed to delight you

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Honda's e Prototype is designed to delight you

Curated via Twitter from Engadget’s twitter account….

The tiny hatchback is clearly built for urbanites who want something small, nippy and, by extension, joyful to drive. It will ship with a 35. 5 kWh Lithium-ion battery, which can manage — at least by contemporary EV standards — a rather pitiful 200KM (roughly 124 miles) on a single charge.

The runaround is rear-wheel drive, for instance, which gives the car some "sporty character," according to Honda, and a ridiculously small turning circle of 4. 3 metres.

With a CCS2 DC rapid charger (the car also accepts a Type 2 AC connector) Honda says you can get back 80 percent of the car’s maximum range (so roughly 160KM) in half an hour.

I fell in love with its cute, compact design at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

I fell in love with its cute, compact design at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

At the Goodwood Festival of Speed, I watched the Honda e take on the world-famous hillclimb.

It’s a strange, but effective blend of futurism and Honda brand nostalgia that I can’t help but love.

As the car cruised past, I couldn’t help but smile and wave back at them, just like every good Brit does when a child or family waves from a passing boat or train.

The simple, oval-shaped front that houses the Honda badge and two bright, circular headlamps.

Another, tucked behind the steering wheel, will show the current speed, remaining charge, and other information that’s critical for the driver.

Honda’s compact EV should be no slouch to charge, either.

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