Honda has launched a pair of new electric SUVs for the Chinese market, called e:NP1 and e:NS1, which could form the basis of a new model that will hit Europe in 2022.
e:NP1 is an electric SUV designed for the Chinese automotive market, while e:NS1 is a sportier option.
The official images of Honda reveal some of the interior details of the vehicles. Both will feature a digital instrument cluster in front of the driver and a huge 15-inch infotainment system mounted in the center of the dashboard that contains menus for all the car's functions.
Honda has released very few specifications for e:NP1 and e:NS1, though the firm has said the SUV will have a maximum range of 500km under Chinese homologation, which suggests a large battery battery hidden under the floor of the car.
E:NS1 will be available with either 180 or 201 hp electric motors and the SUV's top speed will be limited to 150 km/h regardless of transmission. The car is also listed as having a 68.8 kWh battery pack, but how reliably these specifications will be translated into the European version of the car is debatable.