Honda's e Prototype brings a better look at their retro-inspired EV

The new prototype builds on the well-received 2017 Urban EV Concept.
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Honda Prototype E

Honda's Urban EV Concept stirred up quite a bit of excitement about the company's EV plans and now that design has evolved into the e Prototype, an all-electric compact built for the city. The exterior itself is uncomplicated in its form, as it should be and that design theme extends to the interior with a clean and uncluttered dash that features a massive screen array that is flanked by two more screens that replace your side view mirrors with a live camera feed of your blind spot. 

The seating has been upholstered in a melange-style sofa fabric for comfort and other accents that draw from modern home interior design. As for range, the e Prototype can travel for over 120 miles and has fast-charge capability that can reach 80% capacity in just 30 minutes. There's no word yet on whether we'll see a car like the e Prototype in the US, but Honda does plan to create cars based off this concept for the European market.

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