2015 Honda EV-STERs
Honda EV-STERs is a group of cars that represents company’s vision of how future mini roadster should like. Many of us see this concept car as reincarnation of Honda’s legendary roadster called Beat. This small roadster was produced from 1990 to 1996 and it was hugely popular. Although everyone expected that successor will be shown very soon, we never seen it. There were a plenty of different speculations about new model. Finally, in 2009 it was announced that company have in plans new small roadster and several years later it was presented in Tokyo Auto Show under the name of EV-STER. However it is still unknown when this model will go under serial production. Technical details, like engine for example, are still unknown.
2015 Honda EV-STERs design
The look of 2015 Honda EV-STERs, especially outside look, is probably the thing that is clear. This car looks very futuristic. It features attractive lines and beautiful front fascia which has integrated grille and headlights as main characteristic. Although this concept came with no roof, it is expected to see some in serial production. Interior of 2015 Honda EV-STER is fantastic. The first thing that you will notice is that this model has no steering wheel.
New model uses what Honda calls “Twin Lever Steering,” with 2 joystick-like handles that pivot forward and backwards. Beside this revolutionary thing, interior of 2015 Honda EV-STERs is extremely futuristic. It features great driver-oriented dashboard which is roofed in star panels. It represents Honda’s approach which’s main goal is the reduction of energy consumption.
2015 Honda EV-STERs engines
There are many speculations about engine of 2015 Honda EV-STERs. Several options are mentioned – petrol, hybrid and all-electric. According to latest information we have, 2015 Honda EV-STERs will be all-electric vehicle which will be equipped with batteries that will ensure minimum 100 miles of driving range.
It is expected that 2015 EV-STERs will have excellent performances too. It should sprint from 0 to 60 in 5 seconds, while top speed is expected to be around 100 mph. there is also a possibility for three-cylinder petrol engine with displacement of around 700 cc, but none of this isn’t confirmed yet.
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