2019 Honda VE-1 All-Electric SUV Release Date, Price, Redesign, & Spy Shots – Honda has lifted the veil on its long-anticipated Everus VE-1, an all-electric crossover made exclusively for the Chinese market. Designed by Honda and its joint-venture lover Guangzhou Automobile Group, the Everus VE-1 was previewed previous this year by the attractive EV Concept. Most of the concept‘s vision-getting styling information is already retained for the manufacturing-spec model.
Up front, the VE-1 features sharp headlights as properly as vertical LED daytime working lighting located inside of intense outlines of the fender. There is also a man-made front grille and in between the headlights, a connection for charging up the vehicle.
Underpinning the Everus VE-1 is the very same platform as the HR-V subcompact crossover but modified to assist an electric powertrain. That powertrain is comprised of an electric motor with 161 hp and 207 lb-ft (280 Nm) of torque that hard disks the front wheels and a 53.6 kWh lithium-ion battery. Under the New European Driving Cycle, Honda claims the VE-1 can travel 211 miles (340 km) on a single charge. Individuals looking to get the VE-1 can have three driving methods at their fingertips; Regular, Sport, and Battery Saver.
Prices for the Everus VE-1 is situated at 170,800 yuan, or around $24,600 at recent swap charges, generating the crossover about 42,000 yuan (~$6000) more expensive than a Honda HR-V. Residents will not have to buy a VE-1 in full should they want to appreciate it, however. The neighborhood electric car revealing business of Rui Chida has said that it would expose a fleet of VE-1s which its customers can use. The Everus VE-1 is Honda’s first bulk-market electric vehicle and definitely will be signed up with by the retro-inspired Urban EV next year.