Honda EV Offers 50/50 Weight Distribution

June 17, 2019
The Honda E electric city car will offer a 50/50 weight distribution.

June 17, 2019—Honda now confirms that its E model will feature a 50/50 weight distribution, meaning each axle supports the same amount of mass, noted CNET.

The automaker also released more details about the underfloor battery. Sporting a capacity of 35.5 kilowatt-hours, it can be charged using either a Type 2 AC connector or a CCS DC fast-charging connector. The charging port lives on the hood just above the grille, and it features LED lights to show charge at a glance. The battery pack has water cooling, too.

The Honda E range is expected to be above 125 miles. It will have cameras in place of side-view mirrors. 

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