Honda previews future mass-production electric SUV for Chinese market

This looks sweet
by Drei Laurel | Sep 28, 2020
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Honda is coming up with another electric vehicle fit for a zero-emission future, and this one looks just as enticing a proposition as its last one, the Honda e.

This is the Honda SUV e:concept, and what it lacks in panache name-wise, it more than makes up for with its top-notch design. It’s been unveiled at the 2020 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, and the brand says it or some variation of it will hit mass-production to become the Honda’s first true EV offering in the Chinese market.

Like the Honda e, this EV flaunts a minimalist exterior look that features plenty of clean surfaces. There’s nothing cute about this vehicle, though, with its macho face, massive wheels, and muscular proportions. The front-end, with its angry unified LED headlights and illuminated Honda logo, has to be our favorite design element here, followed by the vehicle’s sculpted side profile.

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No images other than the one above have been released by the carmaker, and no performance details have been provided, either. We do know, however, that the production version will pack next-gen Honda Sensing safety and driver assistance technology as well as an all-new Honda Connect setup.

Frankly, this looks pretty promising. Perhaps we have another Honda e on our hands here. Let us know what you think of the SUV e:concept in the comments.

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