10 Sep 2019 ID: 187340
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  • Initial pricing details announced for Honda e
  • Honda e will start from €29,470 in Germany (including government subsidy)
  • Mass production version unveiled today at Frankfurt Motor Show
  • Honda e has gathered over 40,000 expressions of interest since the unveil of the prototype version earlier in 2019
  • First deliveries of Honda e set for summer 2020


Honda have provided the first official pricing information for the Honda e electric vehicle. The mass production version of the hotly anticipated vehicle will be unveiled today at Frankfurt motor show, following a summer of appearances across Europe for the prototype version.


Prices for Honda e will start from €29,470 in Germany (including local government subsidy) for the 100kW version, rising to €32,470 for the “Advance” grade that includes further specification and a motor output increased to 113kW.


Those who have already placed a reservation for Honda e will be invited to contact their local dealer to secure an order, and a place as one of the first customers to receive the car. Order books for Honda e will be open in selected markets from September. Customers in UK, Germany, France and Norway are set to receive first deliveries from summer 2020. 


Honda e is the first production battery electric vehicle launched by Honda in Europe and is the next step towards the brand’s electric vision for 100% of its European sales to be electrified by 2025.


Jean-Marc Streng, General Manager, Automobile Division, Honda Motor Europe, said, “We’re pleased to be able to confirm the pricing for the Honda e. We have experienced a great level of excitement for the car across the region since the unveil of the prototype, gathering over 40,000 expressions of interest. Honda e is the embodiment of the brand’s commitment to electrification.”



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