Electrive writes that the e:N Architecture F is Honda's new front-wheel drive platform for EVs. Thus, the e:Ny1 has a power output of 150kW and it also packs a 68.8 kWh battery, which can ensure a range of up to 412 kilometers on a single charge.
Honda officials claim that redesigned electric powertrain components allow for "remarkable interior space and comfort", with some of the features being a 15.1inch screen, multiple storage options and even wireless charging. Speaking of charging, the vehicle itself can be juiced from 20 to 80% in 45 minutes or so, when connected to a compatible fast charging.
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No launch date or prices have been currently announced for the new electric SUV, but it will sit as the Japanese manufacturer's second battery-powered model on the continent, besides the Honda e.
Tom Gardner, Senior Vice President at Honda Motor Europe, said that "the e:Ny1 is the logical next step on our electrification journey in Europe."
The sixth-generation of Honda's popular SUV, the CR-V, was also showcased, with the new model coming in a PHEV or plug-in hybrid variant with 82 kilometers in battery mode. The full hybrid version will also be available for purchase in Europe.
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The 40mm longer wheelbase of the CR-V allows for an extra 16mm legroom for the passengers in the back seat and 18% more boot space in the trunk. The CR-V is also Honda's first car to feature the company's full omnidirectional "Sensing 360" technology.
By 2030, Honda also plans to reveal another 30 electric car models, which will be built on three separate EV platforms.