The 2020 Honda E is a small electric hatch that’s both retro and modern, and will go on sale from 2020 in Europe, but it’s not coming to America.
The 2020 Honda E is a 315Nm (232 lb-ft) RWD electric hatch with a 100kW (134hp) or 113kW (152hp) motor, 220km (137mi) range, and 0-100km/h in ~8s.
The Opel Corsa was launched in 1982, and has been available through six generations in hatch, sedan, wagon, pickup, and van bodies.
The new Mini Electric hatch (sold as the Cooper S E outside of the UK) has a small 32.6kWh lithium-ion battery, which keeps the price down but limits range.
The Honda E Prototype previews a new electric hatch with a range of 200km (124mi), and a 110kW (148hp) and 300Nm (221 lb-ft) motor.
The 2020 Mini Cooper S E electric hatch has a motor with 137kW (184hp) and 270Nm (199 lb-ft), and a 32.6 kWh for a WLTP range of 200km (124mi).
The 2019 Nissan Leaf E+ has a 160kW (214hp) and 340Nm (251 lb-ft), and a larger 62kWh battery for a 385km (239mi) WLTP range.
The 2019 Audi Q5 55 TFSI e Quattro plug-in hybrid has a total of 270kW (362hp) and 500Nm (369 lb-ft), and 42km (26mi) EV range.
The 2020 Aston Martin Rapide E has two rear motors for a total of 449kW (602hp) and 950Nm (701 lb-ft), 800V fast charging and a WLTP range of 322km (200mi).
The Honda E Prototype previews a minimalist electric hatch for Europe with an electric motor on the rear axle for RWD, and a range of over 200km (124mi).