Honda Sports EV Concept: Electric Coupe
"INTELLIGENT" ELECTRIC - It's an "electrifying" stand at Honda in the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show and it's the Honda Sports EV Concept ( above and below)). A two-seater coupe built on a specific platform for electric cars that aims to provide "a completely new experience" for the driver. A reference with a double value: driving fun and the technological integration between man and machine. The first objective would be achieved thanks to "a powerful and fluid acceleration" conferred by the electric motor and a high roadholding guaranteed by the low center of gravity and the compact dimensions that favor maneuverability. The second aspect would be assured by Hana, the Honda Automated Network Assistant, the technology based on artificial intelligence that would be able to capture the driver's emotions. In fact,
MAKOTO HARADA SIGNED - The design of the Honda Sports EV Concept echoes the style desired by the chief designer Makoto Harada for the Urban EV Concept and includes flowing and compact lines, as well as a low and wide body emphasized by the arches on the wheel arches and large rims with five double races. The front with LED lights has a lower top to give a "bad look" and a band pattern taken in the back where, however, the lights are square. The roof is made of crystal and forms a unique element with a sloping rear window. Information on interiors and technical characteristics are missing for the moment.
A FAMILY WITH THE "SHOCK" - The Honda stand is completed by the presence of the Urban EV Concept , exhibited in Frankfurt, by the citycar for shared mobility NeuV presented at the beginning of 2017 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and the RoboCas Concept, an unusual vehicle electric adaptable to many functions, such as the preparation for street food. Also on show will be Honda Power Manager Concept, the Japanese brand solution to make the internal electric car cycle sustainable. It is a system for the optimal management and storage of energy produced from renewable sources, such as photovoltaic panels, and the distribution of the "current" to the car or the house according to energy needs.