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Honda EV-STER concept

By luanpa in | December 10, 2011 | Comments Off on Honda EV-STER concept

Honda EV-STER concept is a Beat-style compact electric sports car, which has been debut at the 2011 Tokyo motor show.

EV-STER concept is 357cm long and 150cm wide, it rides on a 91.5-inch wheelbase featuring an open top and a small footprint with an aerodynamic wedge-shaped body made from carbon fiber for reduced weight. The drivers side is on the right and features two joysticks instead of a steering wheel.

It’s a two-seater similar to the Tesla Roadster, but unfortunately with a lot less power and speed. Although Honda didn’t get too specific, they did mention that the EV-STER takes about 5 seconds to go from 0 to 60km/hr (37mph) and maxes out at about 99mph.

Honda EV-STER concept is powered by a 10-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery output of 78 horsepower. Honda claims it can store enough charge to take you a distance of 100 miles. Recharging the vehicle would take under three hours at 200 miles. It sprints from zero to 37 mph in 5.0 seconds and has a range of about 99 miles.



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