HONDA e:NP1 EV SUV Electric Car eNP1 New Energy Vehicle Cheapest Price China 2023

Short Description:

e:NP1 is an electric version of all-new Honda HR-V

  • FOB PRICE: US$ 19900 - 26900
  • Product Detail

    • Vehicle Specification



    HONDA e:NP1

    Energy Type


    Driving Mode


    Driving Range(CLTC)

    MAX. 510KM



    Number of Doors


    Number of Seats



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    The design of the e:NS1 and e:NP1 is very similar to the new-age Honda HR-V which itself has a design inspired by the Honda Prologue Concept. As such, the front end includes striking headlights with incorporated LED daytime running lights and additional DRLs located near the base of the bumper. The EVs also feature a blacked-out front grille while the e:NS1 pictured also has gloss black wheel arches.


    The crossover’s aerodynamics have been optimised to maximise range, as well as provide sports car-like performance. A big battery pack of unspecified capacity is mounted below the floor (between the axles, skateboard style), providing in excess of 500 km of range on a single charge.

    Speaking of charging, there is a new Heartbeat Interactive Light system that produces various lighting expressions when the vehicle is plugged in, making the state of charge obvious at a glance. Other nice gadgetries include an active noise cancelling system for a quieter cabin, Sports mode, and Honda EV Sound.

    If there’s one thing China customers love besides luxury, it’s technology. For the e:N models, Honda will deploy a new, massive 15.2-inch portrait-style infotainment system with e:N OS, a brand new software that integrates Sensing 360 and Connect 3.0 systems, as well as a 10.25-inch smart digital cockpit.

    As for the rear, it too is similar to the HR-V and includes LED taillights, a prominent light bar, and a steeply-raked rear window with a subtle spoiler stretching out from the roof.

    The interior is a dramatic departure from other current Honda models. Immediately catching the eye is the portrait-oriented central touchscreen that appears to house all of the SUV’s key functions, include the climate control settings. The single image released of the EV’s interior also showcases a digital instrument cluster, ambient lighting, a Civic-inspired dashboard, and a two-tone finish combining white and black leather. We can also see two USB-C charging ports and a wireless charging pad.

    Dongfeng Honda will sell the e:NS1 and e:NP1 through specialty stores in shopping malls throughout Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and other cities. It will also establish interactive online stores where customers will be able to place an order. The joint venture intends to launch 10 models in the e:N series in China by 2027.




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