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Frankfurt International Motor Show 2019

Mass production Honda e unveiled

1. Honda at Frankfurt International Motor Show 2019

Honda has unveiled the mass production version of its next-generation electric vehicle, the Honda e, at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. Visitors to the show will be able to see the car’s unique range of features through a series of interactive exhibits using virtual reality and other advanced technologies.

The exhibits are a central part of ‘EV World’, an area inspired by the design ethos of the Honda e which provides a backdrop for sharing its unique features and supporting technology. Alongside the interactive exhibits, Honda will show a range of charging solutions for different scenarios. From a unique on-street urban charging solution developed in partnership with Ubitricity, through to the “Power Manager Prototype” bi-directional system, Honda has developed a range of solutions to meet all customer requirements.

Elsewhere on the booth, Honda will display the CR-V Hybrid alongside an exhibit showing the separate component parts of its responsive and efficient i-MMD full hybrid technology. The car, launched earlier this year, is the first next generation Honda hybrid product on sale in the European market. The hybrid product display will be completed by the 2019 NSX, the pinnacle of Honda’s automobile range.

Fresh from two race wins in Austria and Germany, the Honda-powered Aston Martin Red Bull Racing RB15 will be the centrepiece of a display of Honda’s sporty-focused products including Civic Type R, Civic Sport Line and HR-V Sport.

2. Mass Production Honda e unveiled

  • Final mass production version of Honda e unveiled
  • Distinctive, clean exterior design combined with a contemporary, minimalist and comfortable interior featuring advanced technology
  • Rear-wheel-drive platform and wide stance deliver sophisticated and dynamic driving characteristics
  • Honda e delivers a vehicle package to meet the needs of the modern urban environment
  • Unique Honda Personal Assistant technology uses artificial intelligence to create contextual engagement with users

Honda has unveiled the final mass production version of its next-generation electric vehicle (EV), the Honda e, at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. Developed with a focus on simplicity in design and usability, the Honda e will meet the needs of modern urban lifestyles and provide a new value to customers through seamlessly integrated connected technologies and exceptional driving dynamics.

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