Honda has revealed the e Prototype electric car for the European market

The race for electric mobility future is getting fierce as all the carmakers are developing new and improved EVs for a practical future with green mobility. Honda has revealed their e Prototype electric car which is the Japanese carmaker's first EV for the European market. Honda will be showcasing the prototype, which is a near production model at the Geneva Motor Show.

The styling of the Honda e Prototype looks inspired from the Urban EV concept. The car looks retro yet futuristic. The front profile gets round LED headlights with a simple grille, the side profile comes with quirky looking alloy wheels and digital rear view monitors and the rear also gets circular LED tail lights. The overall design language is minimalistic yet classy.

The interiors of the Honda e Prototype also get a vintage look with a flat dashboard but is loaded with tech having a huge screen across the dash. The specs haven't been revealed but it is expected to have a total range of 200 kms when it is fully charged. It will also get fast charging tech that will take 30 minutes for 80 percent charge. 

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