e:PROGRESS is a comprehensive and innovative home charging solution, which offers Honda e owners connected charger, advanced intelligent software and dynamic energy tariff to charge at the most cost-effective times.Continue Reading
How long does it take to charge an electric car? Is it quicker to charge your phone, or your electric car?
In fact the Honda e can charge up faster than a smartphone - or even a smartwatch. It takes just 31 minutes to take the all-electric city car from low battery to 80%, thanks to ever-evolving battery technology and rapid 50kW charging - the kind of chargers you see in service stations or outside supermarkets.Continue Reading
Honda has extended its outstanding winning streak, with success in the 2021 World Car Awards. The Honda e added the World Urban Car of the Year title to its growing list of recent prestigious accolades, as well as being shortlisted in the top three of the overall World Car of the Year award.
The Honda Jazz e:HEV also featured in the top three for the World Urban Car prize, as the Japanese brand dominated the category.Continue Reading
The Honda e has been awarded some of the most prestigious accolades in the motoring business, including:
TopGear Awards - City Car of the Year 2020, German Car of the Year 2020, Stuff - Best Electric Vehicle 2020, Red Hot Design Awards 2020, Motor Awards 2020 - Best Small Car, and Autocar Awards 2020 - Best Car Tech.Continue Reading
Honda's first battery electric vehicle for Europe, the Honda e, has been named 'German Car of the Year 2021' in the country's prestigious annual Car of the Year Awards, becoming the first vehicle from a Japanese brand to do so. The car also won in the 'New Energy' category.
- Honda e also tops 'New Energy' category of the prestigious German awards
- Latest win follows Europe-wide success including recognition from Red Dot Design Award, Autocar magazine (UK) and News International (UK)
- Honda's compact EV also nominated for Car of the Year 2021 in Hungary and Denmark
- Awards endorse Honda's commitment to creating advanced and beautiful products, designed without compromise
Steve Cropley of Autocar has reviewed the Honda e Advance, and here are just a few quotes from his article:
It's well-made, well-equipped and extremely cute.
On the road, the E combines the best of small cars and electric cars to make a really enjoyable driving experience.
Honda benchmarked this EV against bigger cars for refinement, and it most definitely shows.
Altogether, driving the E is an uplifting experience, which shows a new way for small cars - or at least for small cars that weigh 1.5 tonnes…
Honda has unveiled the final mass production version of its next-generation electric vehicle (EV), the Honda e, at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. Developed with a focus on simplicity in design and usability, the Honda e will meet the needs of modern urban lifestyles and provide a new value to customers through seamlessly integrated connected technologies and exceptional driving dynamics.Continue Reading
Connected infotainment helps the car to seamlessly integrate with the owner's modern urban lifestyle through sophisticated, yet easy-to-use technology. As a result, the driver and passengers - whether the car is driving, parked or charging - can enjoy the same connectivity and comfort with comprehensive connected services accessed through a next-generation full-width digital dashboard.Continue Reading
Honda's new compact electric vehicle, the Honda e, is the first Honda to be built on a dedicated EV platform, designed from the ground up to deliver excellent Honda driving dynamics.Continue Reading