Honda presents the e:concept, a three-door SUV at the Beijing 2020 show, which indicates the future stylistic direction of the Japanese manufacturer. The car is the first Honda electric vehicle to make its debut on the Chinese market. The e:concept anticipates an electric mass production model that will arrive in the coming years.

The e:concept has clean lines and few edges. The front end features the large Honda logo and the total absence of the grille, which is no longer functional due to the vehicle’s electric propulsion. Further up we find the slim headlamps connected by a line of LEDs that crosses the concept across its entire width. The silhouette is streamlined and the three doors give a certain dynamism, accentuated by a particularly sloping C-pillar. The suv coupé is characterised, like the “e” production citycar, already on sale in Europe, by the absence of physical rear-view mirrors, replaced by two small cameras that send images back to two screens positioned on either side of the dashboard. The concept is equipped with the latest generation Honda Sensing driver assistance systems, which allow the car to proceed in semi autonomous mode assisted by artificial intelligence capable of carrying out traffic analysis and identifying the simplest and fastest route.