Honda e: N: two new concepts debut at the Guangzhou 2021 Motor Show

The new concept car was shown in both SUV and coupe versions.

The new concept car was shown in both SUV and coupe versions.  Honda took advantage of the Guangzhou Auto Show 2021 to show the public the new Honda e: N concept in both SUV and coupe versions which anticipates a series of electric vehicles that will be launched in China over the next five years.   It is a project that introduces a new vision of design according to the Japanese car manufacturer and is produced in collaboration with GAC . Additionally, it is one of five e: N vehicles that the companies will produce together. Five more models are expected in the next five years from DongFeng Honda .  Honda e: N concept Salone Guangzhou 2021  Details relating to the e: N Concept are scarce, but the edgy and angular design in a sense is meant to notify users of its arrival. The concept car will be joined by the e: N GT concept, previously announced by the Asian manufacturer.  The characteristics of the engine are unclear, but the first two models of the range e: N, e: NS1 and e: NP1, offer a range of 500 km in the Chinese NEDC cycle. They will be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 8 seconds.  Honda e: N concept Salone Guangzhou 2021  Honda said in October that it has developed a new platform dedicated exclusively to e: N electric vehicles and batteries supplied by CATL . He also promised that it will be a fun model to drive and will integrate his latest Honda Sensing, Honda Connect and Digital Cockpit technologies.  The Japanese carmaker has promised not to bring any new vehicles with an internal combustion engine to market.

Honda took advantage of the Guangzhou Auto Show 2021 to show the public the new Honda e: N concept in both SUV and coupe versions which anticipates a series of electric vehicles that will be launched in China over the next five years.

It is a project that introduces a new vision of design according to the Japanese car manufacturer and is produced in collaboration with GAC . Additionally, it is one of five e: N vehicles that the companies will produce together. Five more models are expected in the next five years from DongFeng Honda .

The new concept car was shown in both SUV and coupe versions.  Honda took advantage of the Guangzhou Auto Show 2021 to show the public the new Honda e: N concept in both SUV and coupe versions which anticipates a series of electric vehicles that will be launched in China over the next five years.   It is a project that introduces a new vision of design according to the Japanese car manufacturer and is produced in collaboration with GAC . Additionally, it is one of five e: N vehicles that the companies will produce together. Five more models are expected in the next five years from DongFeng Honda .  Honda e: N concept Salone Guangzhou 2021  Details relating to the e: N Concept are scarce, but the edgy and angular design in a sense is meant to notify users of its arrival. The concept car will be joined by the e: N GT concept, previously announced by the Asian manufacturer.  The characteristics of the engine are unclear, but the first two models of the range e: N, e: NS1 and e: NP1, offer a range of 500 km in the Chinese NEDC cycle. They will be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 8 seconds.  Honda e: N concept Salone Guangzhou 2021  Honda said in October that it has developed a new platform dedicated exclusively to e: N electric vehicles and batteries supplied by CATL . He also promised that it will be a fun model to drive and will integrate his latest Honda Sensing, Honda Connect and Digital Cockpit technologies.  The Japanese carmaker has promised not to bring any new vehicles with an internal combustion engine to market.

Honda e: N concept Salone Guangzhou 2021

Details relating to the e: N Concept are scarce, but the edgy and angular design in a sense is meant to notify users of its arrival. The concept car will be joined by the e: N GT concept, previously announced by the Asian manufacturer.

The characteristics of the engine are unclear, but the first two models of the range e: N, e: NS1 and e: NP1, offer a range of 500 km in the Chinese NEDC cycle. They will be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 8 seconds.

The new concept car was shown in both SUV and coupe versions.  Honda took advantage of the Guangzhou Auto Show 2021 to show the public the new Honda e: N concept in both SUV and coupe versions which anticipates a series of electric vehicles that will be launched in China over the next five years.   It is a project that introduces a new vision of design according to the Japanese car manufacturer and is produced in collaboration with GAC . Additionally, it is one of five e: N vehicles that the companies will produce together. Five more models are expected in the next five years from DongFeng Honda .  Honda e: N concept Salone Guangzhou 2021  Details relating to the e: N Concept are scarce, but the edgy and angular design in a sense is meant to notify users of its arrival. The concept car will be joined by the e: N GT concept, previously announced by the Asian manufacturer.  The characteristics of the engine are unclear, but the first two models of the range e: N, e: NS1 and e: NP1, offer a range of 500 km in the Chinese NEDC cycle. They will be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 8 seconds.  Honda e: N concept Salone Guangzhou 2021  Honda said in October that it has developed a new platform dedicated exclusively to e: N electric vehicles and batteries supplied by CATL . He also promised that it will be a fun model to drive and will integrate his latest Honda Sensing, Honda Connect and Digital Cockpit technologies.  The Japanese carmaker has promised not to bring any new vehicles with an internal combustion engine to market.

Honda e: N concept Salone Guangzhou 2021

Honda said in October that it has developed a new platform dedicated exclusively to e: N electric vehicles and batteries supplied by CATL . He also promised that it will be a fun model to drive and will integrate his latest Honda Sensing, Honda Connect and Digital Cockpit technologies.

The Japanese carmaker has promised not to bring any new vehicles with an internal combustion engine to market.

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