Honda recently announced a plan to launch five new battery-powered vehicles, Honda’s SUV, in China. It is called the e:N Series.
The Honda e:N SUV concept doesn’t get along with Honda’s other styling language except for the badge. From the first look, you will know it’s just like the Tesla Cybertruck.
It has no side-view mirrors or door handles. Similar to Cybertruck, it has sharp edges and a massive windshield.
The front end of the e:N SUV is less intense and includes the light signatures.
The tailgate window doesn’t span all widths of the car. We can’t take a look at the interior, because the windows are fully tinted. Honda maybe doesn’t build a prototype cabin yet.
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Even if the design is just a concept, Honda should think carefully of it, because it won’t go over customers’ heads. Especially in China where Tesla holds a pretty decent market share and a wide fan base.
Honda has an unfamiliar electric vehicle strategy, the automaker had a plane to sell a “Prologue” SUV in the United States, an E Hatchback in Europe and Japan, and the “e:N Series” in China.
The Cybertruck shape-like SUV will probably be the first in the series to arrive since Honda put it in the Guangzhou Motor Show last month.