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Honda EV-N Concept: The Super Cute Electric Car

Honda EV-N Concept: The Super Cute Electric Car
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Next month at the Tokyo Motor Show, Honda is planning to showcase a range of green-themed vehicles in what they are calling a 'HELLO! Zone'. Likely taking the spotlight will be the EV-N, a super cute electric car concept.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 30 september 2009

Next month at the Tokyo Motor Show, Honda is planning to showcase a range of green-themed vehicles in what they are calling a ‘HELLO! Zone’. Likely taking the spotlight will be the EV-N, a super cute electric car concept that deserves chunky type and lots of exclamation points surrounding it. The concept has solar cells built into the roof, an illuminated communication system in the front black fascia, and a UX-3 Uni-scooter in the door. The simple interior features seat pads that can be swapped with different fabric styles.

Squint and the EV-N bears a slight resemblance to the Fiat 500 available in Europe and destined for the US. VW is also prepping a full redesign of the Beetle. And then there’s the Mini Coupe. Should the EV-N see production, might we be in for a battle of cute cars?

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