The Honda e:Ny1 is the second all-electric car from Honda
The Honda e:Ny1 is the second all-electric car from HondaHonda

Honda unveils new all-electric compact SUV, the e:Ny1

The Honda e:Ny1 comes with 68.8kWh battery onboard

During a European media event held in Germany, Honda unveiled its latest fully electric vehicle, the e:Ny1. This vehicle marks Honda's second all-electric vehicle to be introduced in the European market, after the Honda e. Honda says they are targeting the growing market of all-electric compact SUVs with the e:Ny1.

Honda e:Ny1 exterior

The car has a mix of modern and conventional styling and looks rather muscular. The front sports LED headlights and a Honda logo with the charging port underneath. Chrome accents are found on the lower front bumper and also on the side body claddings. The ORVMs and wheel arches are blacked out and the rims have the Honda ‘H’ logo on the hub cap. Moving on to the back we see Honda spelled out which the brand says is a design feature that will make it to all the future EVs. The rear lights are connected through a LED strip and we see chrome accents used here as well.

Offers LED headlights
Offers LED headlightsHonda

Honda e:Ny1 interior

Upon entering inside, you will find a fully digital instrument cluster. The steering is leather-wrapped and comes with various controls such as cruise control mounted on it. In the middle is the large 15.1-inch portrait-style touchscreen panel. The console below has the gear selector buttons and the drive mode selector. There are blue accents on the dashboard which are continued on the doors as well. The car also supports wireless charging and comes with a panoramic sunroof.

The Honda e:Ny1 comes with a portrait-style infotainment screen
The Honda e:Ny1 comes with a portrait-style infotainment screen Honda

Honda e:Ny1 drivetrain

The e:Ny1 is built on Honda’s new e:N architecture F, which is a front-motor-driven platform. The 68.8kWh lithium-ion battery onboard is paired with an e-motor that produces 201bhp and 310Nm of torque. Honda claims a range of 412km and the capability of fast-charging the batteries from 10 to 80 per cent in 45 minutes.

Honda e:Ny1 rivals

Although the price is not out yet, the car will likely compete with the likes of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and EV6. 

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