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Honda E

After a number of sneak peeks in the past and a near-production prototype demonstration named EV, the new Honda E is now available for pre-order. The adorably retro urban electric car is available in two power options: 134 hp or 151 hp and both will produce 232 lb-ft of torque. That’s good for 0-62mph in eight seconds. The Honda E will go roughly 136 miles on a single charge thanks to a 33.5 kilowatt-hour battery that feeds a single electric motor. As for charging, the car will have fast-charging capability and can get to 80% capacity in just 30 minutes. There is also plenty of tech, inside you get a huge display that comprises two 12.3in displays, one for driver and one for passenger, also, cameras take the place of door mirrors, displayed on six-inch screens in the corners of the dashboard. Additional features include pop-out door handles, and an AI-powered Honda Personal Assistant.



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