Honda e Prototype unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show ​

​We were extremely pleased to see the Honda e Prototype at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this month, further highlighting the electrification plans for the Japanese manufacturer, with the aim of going 100% electric by 2025.

Following on from the successful launch of the hybrid CR-V, the e Prototype marks the first-production battery electric vehicle for the European market. This new model is designed to meet the needs of the modern lifestyle by combining unique design, advanced functionality and engaging driving dynamics to deliver a package that’s perfect for any urban environment.

It has evolved from the 2017 Urban EV concept, and will feature clean external lines that are facilitated by a camera mirror system and flush pop-out door handles. The smooth body contours start at the bonnet and lead up to the panoramic windscreen, which is framed by the stepless A-pillars that sit virtually flush with the glass.

To ensure your driving needs are met, this new EV model is set to deliver a range of over 200km and has a ‘fast charge’ functionality of 80% battery charge in 30 minutes, making it the ideal model for everyday commuting to and from work. When you’re on the road you’ll be able to make the most of the driving dynamics, which focus on delivering a fun and emotive experience each time you take your place behind the wheel, thanks to the powerful electric motor being driven through the rear wheels for next-generation small car performance.

This is certainly one model we can’t wait to get our hands on when it arrives, so if you feel the same and want to be one of the first to get your hands on it when it arrives at your local Johnsons Honda, get in touch with a member of our helpful and friendly team today to register your interest.

Honda e Prototype