Honda e:NS1 EV up for grabs in China

Honda e:NS1 EV up for grabs in China

Dongfeng Honda, a joint venture by Honda in China, has launched the e:NS1 EV in China. At the same time, GAC Honda, Honda’s other joint venture in China, will commence accepting bookings for the e:NP1 EV starting next month. The e:NS1 and e:NP1 are basically the electrified versions of the third-generation Honda HR-V.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Honda e:NS1 EV powertrain details?

    While the base e:NS1 gets a 182PS & 310Nm electric motor with a 53.6kWh lithium-ion battery pack, the top-of-the-line model comes flaunting 204PS of maximum power and a 68.8kWh battery pack.
  • Honda e:NS1 EV details

    The launch comes after the two EVs broke cover in October 2021 alongside an array of electric concept vehicles under the umbrella of the “e:N Series”. “The all-new e:NS1 and e:NP1 are the first “e:N Series” models developed as the first Honda-brand EV models in China, which combine the DNA of Honda Monozukuri (art of making things) that include the pursuit of originality and passion, with the cutting-edge electrification and intelligence technologies of China. Developed with the concept of “Inspiring EVs people have never experienced before,” the all-new e:NS1 and e:NP1 feature a number of new values that inspire people who get on board these vehicles,” Honda said on the launch.

    Honda e:NS1 EV specs

    While the base e:NS1 gets a 182PS & 310Nm electric motor with a 53.6kWh lithium-ion battery pack, the top-of-the-line model comes flaunting 204PS of maximum power and a 68.8kWh battery pack. The two models offer a single-charge range of 420km and 510km, respectively. Both the e:NS1 and the e:NP1 will feature Honda Connect 3.0, which has been developed especially for EVs. A massive 15.1-inch Tesla-esque portrait touchscreen will take the centre stage on the dashboard. Also onboard will be the Driver Monitoring Camera (DMC) responsible for detecting inattentive driving and signs of driver drowsiness.

    Honda e:NS1 EV in China

    Honda aims to launch as many as 10 e:N Series models by 2027. GAC Honda as well as Dongfeng Honda will establish a new dedicated EV plant each to ramp up the production starting from 2024. Will the e:NS1 and the e:NP1 models make it to other markets around the world? We have to wait and find out!

    Also Read: 2023 Honda HR-V has arrived

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