Honda knows how to make a cute little city car, and the new Honda e Prototype is the perfect example. Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2019, the all-electric hatchback is the latest iteration of a car Honda has shown in a couple of guises now. However this e Prototype form is arguably the most important.
That’s because Honda says it’s headed to production, and soon. It expects to have a final version by the end of 2019, in fact. By then it’s likely to lose the camera side mirrors and the recessed door handles, mind.
As for propulsion, Honda says the concept should do around 124 miles on a full charge. Not groundbreaking in EV terms, maybe, but certainly enough for the urban environments that it’s expected to roam.