Honda e will cease production from January 2024 onward

Published by on . Updated on 21 Dec 2023

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The Honda e, the iconic three-door electric hatchback, is on its way to becoming a legend as Honda has announced the discontinuation of its production from January 2024.

The Honda e made its debut in 2017 as the Urban EV concept, featuring modernity with side cameras replacing traditional side mirrors and a large screen on the dashboard. Unfortunately, this model will be discontinued from production starting from January 2024. However, it will continue to be available for sale until stocks last.

The Honda e is powered by an electric motor with 134-152 horsepower and a maximum torque of 315Nm. It is equipped with a 35.5kWh battery that provides a range of up to 259 km per charge. The fast-charging capability allows it to charge from 30% to 80% in just 30 minutes.

While it may look good, cute and contemporary, many functions of the Honda e might not meet the practical needs of users, especially considering the abundance of options in the current electric-car market. When compared to newer electric car models with longer driving range, it might struggle to compete, leading to lower-than-expected sales and eventual discontinuation.

Resources: grandprix

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