Honda has long started to embark on electric vehicle battles with other auto brands. The retro-futuristic Urban EV leads this wave when the brand set it to come out before the close of the decade. Following its steps, the Honda Everus EV is the first all-electric crossover from the brand.
The Everus is claimed to go on sale later this year. With the launch of the EV version, Everus makes the first comeback since a very long time. Previously, Everus let out the re-makes of the 2003-2008 City.
The Everus is claimed to go on sale later this year
Basically, the Honda Everus EV is rebodied as well as restyled from the HR-V packing’s electric drive system. No longer the Solid Wing Face, the Everus gets a unique look with a slim flush panel and slim headlights instead. Additionally, with the flush panel, the front bumper looks smoother.
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Video:2018 Honda Everus EV Concept - (Auto China 2018)
Come to talk about the back, the tail lamps keep HR-V inspiration with redesigned full-LED. The shape remains unchanged while lightened trim piece connects the tail lamps together. Also adding up the changes is the new look of the bumper’s lower half which get surrounded by blue ambient lighting. The model will get alloy wheels as standard.
Come to talk about the back, the taillamps keep HR-V inspiration with redesigned full-LED
There is still no official statement about the engine yet. Rumour has it that techno in the Urban EV concept (high-density and lightweight battery pack included) would come in the Honda Everus EV.
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Know more about Honda HR-V 2021
The Honda Cars Philippines Inc. introduced its new-generation subcompact crossover Honda HR-V for the local market. The crossover is configured to suit the comfort of a sedan, confidence, and toughness of an SUV. Its name stands for High Rider Vehicle. It served as an all-around coupe for individuals looking for a vehicle with high ground clearance, excellent road visibility, and complete safety features. It is also equipped with massive cargo space, wide tailgate, and similar Utility Long and Tall (ULT) seats established on the Honda Jazz that enables it to configure the cargo when loading or unloading highly. The new Honda HR-V is developed based on the concept of the brand's "Dynamic Cross Solid," making it acquire SUV-like lower body and strong cues of coupe-like 'aero-cabin' on the outside. At the front, the Honda HR-V comes with a solid wing face design with unified lights and grille, LED dual projector headlights, and LED daytime running lights (DRL). Standard sporty 17-inch alloy wheels are found across the range as well. In addition, the car's 1.8-liter i-VTEC engine that can be found under its hood produces a maximum 141 hp power output and torque power of 172 Nm.