In July, we sang the praises of the Honda E , the company’s first attempt at a mass produced battery electric vehicle. Packed into a diminutive package with styling that harks back to the original Civic, the Honda E is clearly meant to be an urban runabout that can scoot through the heaviest traffic and park in the smallest available space. It’s cool and kicky and everyone who sees it just wants to give it a hug. Credit: Honda Inside, the Honda E is packed with digital goodies, starting with an array of 5 screens that span the entire width of the car, including two that replace the traditional side view mirrors, an innovation that is surely coming just as soon as regulators approve of the idea. Voice commands are included to control certain functions, freeing the driver of such mundane tasks as adjust the volume of the sound system. The included My Honda+ app provides instantaneous notifications about the location of chargers and battery status. It also permits remote operation of the heating and cooling systems. Cuanto Cuesta? The question on everyone’s lips for the past few months has been, “OK. The car looks really interesting. I might […]

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