According to a report by Auto Motor und Sport, the Honda EV-STER – which made its debut at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show – will be going into production. The production version of the electric sports car is expected to hit roads sometime next year.
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At its debut in Tokyo, Honda didn’t provide any technical details but said that the EV-STER features an electric-motor that gets power from a 10kWh lithium-ion battery. The system will allow the Honda EV-STER to go from 0 to 37 mph in 5 seconds with a total range of 99 miles.
Fully charging the Honda EV-STER takes just under 3 hours through a 200V outlet and 6 hours through a 100V.
– By: Omar Rana
Source: Auto Motor und Sport