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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Honda Urban EV Concept shown up for the first time in Frankfurt

2017 Frankfurt Motor Show which runs from 13th to 24th September 2017 becomes an inaugural show of Honda Urban EV Concept in the world. For the design, this Honda concept car comes with its new cutting edge technology and also a modern design with a sporty feel.
Honda Urban EV Concept made its debut in the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2wbcnCw)
Honda Urban EV Concept is a new platform for Honda's electric battery power cars. Honda put an emblem on this concept car on a blue light screen. On the front of the emblem and headlights are made futuristic. Then on the Front Grille can display the model name, message and also the status at the time of battery charging.
Interior view of Honda Urban EV Concept in which the design of the cockpit looks sleek and futuristic with its main screen displayed in the form of a wide screen. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2wbcnCw)
Its interior design, in which the design of the cockpit looks sleek and futuristic with its main screen displayed in the form of a wide screen where the driver can manage the transfer of various kinds of vehicle information by way of swipe only. This car can accommodate four people in the cabin. For the trim on the door is used wood materials while for its seat using an elegant gray fabrics.
Honda put an emblem on this concept car on a blue light screen and the model name, message and also the status at the time of battery charging. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2wbcnCw)
Rear view of Honda Urban EV Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2wbcnCw)
Details about its propulsion were not revealed with the design, but the Honda Automated Network Assistant concierge service is part of this concept.
The company says the system "learns from the driver by detecting emotions behind their judgments," and bases future recommendations off of that. Like so many other automakers, Honda thinks we want to talk to our cars in the future, too. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | THE VERGE]
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