Honda and Vattenfall sign a Letter of Intent to introduce flexible energy contracts specifically tailored for EV users Europe-first agreement supports the active management of grid demand while maximising the use of renewable energy Vattenfall is a leader in the European energy supply market Honda will launch its first commercial energy service during 2020 to coincide with the launch of the Honda eHonda has today announced a collaboration with Vattenfall, a leading European energy supplier, to provide a flexible electricity tariff specifically tailored for electric vehicle (EV) owners in Europe. The partnership marks a key milestone for Honda in the development of its energy management business that represent an important pillar of its ‘Electric Vision’ strategy in Europe.
Contents 1. Honda at Frankfurt International Motor Show 2019 2. Mass production Honda e unveiled 3. Honda confirm further details of its energy management technologies for Europe 4. Honda showcases its full range of hybrid technologies 5. Race-winning Formula 1 car leads Honda’s squad of sporty products 6. Honda accessories information1. Honda at Frankfurt International Motor Show 2019Honda has unveiled the mass production version of its next-generation electric vehicle, the Honda e, at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. Visitors to the show will be able to see the car’s unique range of features through a series of interactive exhibits using virtual reality and other advanced technologies.The exhibits are a central part of 'EV World', an area inspired by the design ethos
First images of Honda e in final mass production form• Honda e set for official debut at 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show • Honda confirms further technical specification details of new compact EV • Honda e designed to meet the needs of customers looking for an EV to suit their urban lifestylesHonda have unveiled the first official images of its new Honda e electric vehicle (EV). The car is the next step towards Honda’s commitment to making 100% of its European automobile sales electrified by 2025 and is set to make its official public debut at 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show, alongside Honda’s range of electrified and sporty automobiles.Honda e design detailsDeveloped with a focus on simplicity in design and usability, the Honda e will meet the needs of modern urban lifestyles t
• Contemporary interior style creates calm and comfortable cabin • Advanced connectivity experience is delivered through a five screen full-width digital dashboard • AI-powered ‘Honda Personal Assistant’ delivers voice-accessible services • Honda smartphone application keeps owners remotely connected to Honda e for peace-of-mind • Digital key enables easy-to-use control of vehicle security remotelyThe new Honda e features intuitive and advanced connectivity in a contemporary passenger cabin that sets a new benchmark in the compact EV segment. Complementing its simple and clean exterior styling, the interior of Honda’s new urban electric vehicle uses subtle, contemporary materials, presenting a relaxing and modern feeling space once inside.Connected infotainment helps the car to
• Name of Honda’s urban electric car confirmed: ‘Honda e’ • Next-generation Jazz will be available with a hybrid powertain featuring advanced i-MMD technology • ‘Electric Vision’ strategy will see all Honda cars electrified by 2025Honda is progressing its 'Electric Vision' for Europe by confirming the name of its first fully electric urban vehicle – the ‘Honda e’ – and by announcing that the next-generation Jazz will be available with a hybrid powertrain featuring the brand's Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) technology.Honda’s Electric Vision, renewed and emboldened at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, is for 100% of the brand’s European sales to feature electrified powertrains by 2025. The Honda e, presented as a production prototype in Geneva, is Honda's first model to bene