Honda e:Ny1 Prototype Electric SUV
We have seen the future of electric SUVs, and it includes the Honda e:Ny1, which has been teased in prototype form. The automaker claims that this vehicle combines a unique blend of dynamics, technology as well as design, thus being a great option for families looking for their first EV.



Unfortunately, no other details were provided on the e:Ny1 prototype, but Honda did confirm the further expansion of its electrified product line-up in 2023. Some of the additions will include an all-electric B-segment SUV, teased as the e:Ny1 Prototype, a C-segment full hybrid SUV, and an all-new CR-V, which is set to be released in both full hybrid as well as plug-in hybrid powertrain variants.
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Honda e:Ny1 Prototype Electric SUV

The completion of our electrification goal marks a significant moment for Honda in Europe. However, we’re not resting on our laurels. We are already well advanced with our plans to further expand the choice of battery-electric and hybrid vehicles for our customers and increase our offering in the fast-growing B- and C-SUV segments. The new models we will introduce in 2023 set the course for the next generation of electrified Honda cars, all retaining the engaging driving dynamics, comfort and exceptional usability to which our customers have become accustomed,” said Tom Gardner, Senior Vice President, Honda Motor Europe.

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