Honda unveiled the EV-STER concept in Tokyo

Honda unveiled the EV-STER concept in Tokyo

At the end of November, Honda presented the EV-STER concept in Tokyo at the 2011 Auto Show. There is nothing sure yet, but this model might even go to production some day, maybe next year.
So far we know from Honda's officials that the EV-STER will be an electric vehicle, exactly like the concept, but it will probably be powered by a conventional petrol engine. Now, the concept measures 3.570 mm in length, and 1.500 mm in width. It has a futuristic design and only two passengers can fit inside.
It's a little strange how an electric vehicle like the EV-STER can be a sporty vehicle as well, but apparently. It's possible. The car is capable of accelerating from 0 to 62 mph in only 5 seconds.
Unfortunately, this is all we know so far, but as soon as the carmaker reveals more details as soon as we let you know.


Honda unveiled the EV-STER concept in Tokyo image Honda unveiled the EV-STER concept in Tokyo image
Honda unveiled the EV-STER concept in Tokyo image Honda unveiled the EV-STER concept in Tokyo image
Honda unveiled the EV-STER concept in Tokyo image Honda unveiled the EV-STER concept in Tokyo image