The times may change, but Honda’s love of sports is, and will always be its identity.
As we head towards the era of electrified cars, the Honda Sports EV Concept proposes a one-ness between driver and car.
Built upon an EV-specific platform, the Sports EV Concept is equipped with a highly responsive electric power unit in an easy to handle compact body.
”While sharing the platform with Honda Urban EV Concept, its unforgettable silhouette, friendly front fascia that naturally blends into any lifestyle, and supple surfaces make it a next-generation sports car that brings joy and emotional attachment in ownership,” Honda said of the car.
Powerful, smooth acceleration are coupled with a serene quietness thanks to its electric motor, and a low center of gravity realize exciting maneuverability, beckoning the driver and car as one into a completely new experience.
With “Honda Automated Network Assistant” using Honda’s AI technology, the Honda Sports EV Concept aims to create communication that unites the driver and car.
Aiming for the next generation of sports car design, the low and wide design takes its sports car looks a step further: the unforgettable styling, a friendly front fascia that naturally blends in with any lifestyle, and rich and supple surfaces bring happiness and an even a fondness in ownership.
At Tokyo Motor Show, there will also be Japanese debuts for the Honda Urban EV Concept, Honda NeuV – an electric mobility concept first seen at CES in January – and the new CR-V.
Honda will also show an array of motorcycles celebrating 60 years and 100 million units of the Super Cub motorcycle. To mark the important milestone, Honda will unveil a new Super Cub 125C and an anniversary variant of the Super Cub 110.