The Honda Sports EV Concept has been teased ahead of its global reveal at the Tokyo Motor Show at the end of October.

The Honda Sports EV Concept is an “all-new electric sports car” and is part of a range of two- and four-wheeled production and concept vehicles that Honda will show off at the Tokyo Motor Show. Honda isn’t giving much away, saying just: “Catching the eye with a striking silhouette, friendly face and supple body surfaces, all designed to ensure the car blends into any lifestyle, the Sports EV Concept will have its world premiere in Tokyo. The development team designed the sporty electric car to deliver a feeling of joy and emotional unity to the drive, achieved by efficiently combining the EV powerunit and AI technology in a compact bodyshape”.

The Tokyo Motor Show will also see the Japanese reveal of the all-new Honda CR-V, which is already on-sale here in Australia, although the Japanese variant will feature the brand’s two motor hybrid technology – i-MMD (Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive). And, following its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Urban EV Concept will be on display – this model has been slated for production in 2019, but there’s no word yet on the Sports EV Concept. The brand will also celebrate 60 years of Super Cub motorcycle production.


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