Now that’s one adorable little electric vehicle. First seen in concept form in 2017, the Honda e-Protoype has previewed the production model due later this year. It’s cute, with something vaguely Wall-E about the front end.
It’s practical, however, with a five-door configuration and a range of more than 200km between charges, and Honda promising you can reach 80 percent charge in 30 minutes.
The e-Prototype also has some interesting design features, such as pop-out door handles and a black panel with LED backlighting to replace the front grille, while the traditional side mirrors have been replaced by a camera-based system.
The cabin features a series of screens that span the full width of the dashboard, and yet Honda has kept the rest of the design minimalistic.