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Honda showcases nifty electric delivery N-Van e


This little fella will be quite the head turner when it reaches our shores. With four variants, the N-VAN is designed to “meet a wide range of customer needs,” including commercial and personal use.

This little fella will be quite the head turner when it reaches our shores. With four variants, the N-VAN is designed to “meet a wide range of customer needs,” including commercial and personal use.

The electric N-VAN e features a flat, low floor and high ceiling with the battery mounted under the floor. By eliminating the centre pillar, the van features a large opening on the passenger side.

 

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The e: G was designed for commercial use. With one seat, it is built for deliveries or other business use. Compared to the gas-powered N-VAN, the electric model is 95 mm longer, while the floor height was lowered by 120 mm.

Honda’s last e: L2 N-VAN model features several configurations. With seats and the centre pillar removed, the e: L2 makes getting in or out of the vehicle for loading and unloading easy.

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Honda have announced it will begin selling the electric N-VAN in Japan on 10 October 2024, starting at $15,500 (£12,235). The new N-VAN features up to 152 miles (245 km) WLTC range and 30-minute fast charging. Honda said the specs are sufficient for delivery, one of its primary target markets. At regular charging (6 kW), it can charge in roughly 4.5 hours.

As these pictures show, the van has multiple uses aside from delivery.

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Published On: 20/06/2024 14:00:00

 

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