Like many of its rivals in the automotive world, Honda hasn’t really been all that serious about plug-in cars.
We’ve seen some concepts, we’ve seen some limited-production electric vehicles, and some compliance cars. And while those limited-production and compliance cars (like the Honda Fit EV) have been fantastic, Honda hasn’t really done a whole lot in terms of plug-in cars.
At this week’s Geneva Motor Show however, Honda revealed the E-Prototype, the final, near-production ready version of a small city compact EV that it says will start making toward the end of this year.
While it’s smaller than most electric cars out there, and has a smaller range, the Honda E-Prototype has gained a lot of attention from traditional automotive journalists and car fans alike.
And here’s why we think you should get excited about it too.
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