Honda is preparing an electric car battery electric vehicle (BEV) in the style of Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs). Honda’s new electric car candidate attended the 39th Thailand International Motor Expo 2022 which will start from December 1-12, 2022 at IMPACT Challenger 1-3, Muang Thong Thani, Thailand.
Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co., Ltd unveiled Honda’s latest concept car for the first time in Southeast Asia, called the Honda SUV e: Prototype. The electric car candidate appeared earlier in China, Auto Shanghai 2021, which looks similar to the latest Honda HR-V.
Honda SUV e: prototype Photo: Honda
The e:Prototype SUV is fully electric. The front of the exterior of this Honda electric SUV looks solid with horizontal headlights resembling sharp eyes.
Meanwhile, the Honda logo is on the battery charging hole cover. The lower grille contains the main air intake, along with vertical side vents and additional light strips.
While inside this car offers ample space in the cabin. To support comfort, this car is equipped with advanced functions of touch screen and TFT multi-information display, as well as advanced safety functions, namely Honda SENSING.
In addition to exhibiting the Honda e: Prototype SUV, Honda also exhibited various models of electrified cars from Honda at the fair, namely Honda City e: HEV, Honda City Hatchback e: HEV; Honda Civic e:HEV; Honda HR-V e:HEV and also Honda Accord e:HEV.
Also on display is the All New Honda Civic Type R. This legendary Honda model features a VTEC Turbo engine with a 2.0 liter displacement which is routed to the front wheels.
Honda Civic Type R Photo: Honda
This sports car offers four driving modes: Comfort, Sport and +R modes and Individual mode for the first time in this model. This car is also equipped with Honda SENSING intelligent safety technology and Blind Spot Information System (BSI).
“Today, we are also exhibiting Honda SUV e: Prototype, which is Honda’s latest electric propulsion (EV) SUV model. On this occasion, we are also exhibiting our pride product which represents Honda’s sporting DNA, namely the All New Honda Civic Type R,” he said. Noriyuki Takakura as President and CEO of Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co., Ltd.