Honda gave us what’s likely a thinly disguised look at its first electric vehicle for China ahead of the 2020 Beijing Motor Show this past Saturday. Called the SUV E Concept, the vehicle directly points to a future mass-production model specifically for China, according to Honda. It’s a handsome thing and appears to pull from Honda’s current production cars.
The headlight and overall fascia look like a direct evolution from the current Honda Accord, Civic and even the Clarity with thin, angled headlights and angled face. It’s easy to see where a traditional grille would sit, if this wasn’t a battery-powered concept car. We don’t have any other information on the SUV E Concept’s electric powertrain, so we’ll need to wait and see what the automaker plans to share in the future.
BEIJING, Sept. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Human Horizons, a leading Chinese smart mobility and autonomous driving research company, has officially launched its highly anticipated HiPhi X, the world’s first continuously evolving super SUV. The six-seater version is priced at RMB ￥680,000, and the four-seater version is priced at RMB ￥800,000.
HiPhi X has defined a new breed of next-generation intelligent all-electric vehicles, and opens up boundless possibilities for transportation in the future with Human Horizons’ innovative “TECHLUXE®”, luxury technology experience. The innovative evolvable super SUV is positioned as a ground-breaking product that redefines the era of smart electric cars, and features world-first technologies in a host of fields from safety and design, to autonomous driving and adaptive learning.
HiPhi X is the world’s first production vehicle to adopt Human Horizons’ mass-produced, secure, developer-enabled Human Oriented Architecture (HOA) and the first worldwide to be equipped with a 5G-V2X technology network. More