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Honda electric N-Van e unveiled, Offers a range of 210kms on a single charge, All details here

This electric car's strongest selling point is its ability to, when necessary, power the house. Both commercial and private use are intended. It has been unveiled in Japan.

Honda electric N-Van e: Honda is getting ready to introduce the 130-mile-range N-Van e electric vehicle. The Honda N-Van e has impressive features and can power your house when the power goes out. Both private and business use are intended for the brand-new Honda electric van. Along with its vehicle-to-home (V2H) features, it includes a configurable interior layout and portable power capabilities. In this article, we will tell you all about this amazing electric van.

Honda electric N-Van e details

The Honda N-Van will be a reliable mode of transportation and be able to deliver portable power when required. Let us inform you that the Honda N-Van is being developed based on the current fuel-powered van, which is already offered for sale in select markets.

Out-of-the-box features

The Honda Electric Van will have a 1,500-watt power output for home appliances, and it has external connectors for plugging in electric items. It has been made clear that these could prove to be crucial in situations where traditional power sources are harmed or the supply is disrupted.

The information states that folding the seats in the N-Van e will increase the space available for luggage. It will provide three models: L4, FUN, and L2.

According to claims, it has a range of around 210 kilometres. The vehicle’s ECON mode enables the air conditioner to run on less electricity, extending the range. This will be delivered to Japan initially. This van is currently undergoing testing.

Launch and expected price

On October 28, its prototype is anticipated to be displayed at the Japan Mobility Show. It could cost less than $10,000, or roughly 8.31 lakh rupees.

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