Honda plans to show off a recent deisng study at the upcoming Tokyo Auto Show, which they call the EV-N. An obvious homage to the quirky N360, the EV-N is a two-door electric-driven sedan that would most likely have similar power output to its much older brother (31bhp from a hearty 360cc engine). Sustainable ideas like replaceable seat fabrics and roof mounted solar panels (to recharge the lithium-ion battery) help keep the EV-N predictably green. The updated grille is a departure from the current Honda lineup, and actually houses the headlights behind the front fascia. Clearly, the EV-N will never be a production model, but it’s neat to see Honda pay tribute to one of its earliest models with such a tech-happy and eco-friendly concept.
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Source: Car Body Design