Honda Motor Co., Ltd.’s global debut of its next-generation electric small sports concept model -- EV-STER – is at the 42nd Tokyo Motor Show 2011. The show will run from December 3 to 11 at Tokyo Big Sight. The rear-wheel-drive two-seater convertible features an excellent environmental performance as well as an innovative and dynamic styling design. It will unveil a new way to enjoy a sports-type model, which is unique to the electromotive mobility.
The vehicle also boasts a high driving performance and a range of around 160km, thanks to the use of carbon materials which reduced the automobile's weight. It has an easy-to-operate twin-lever steering, which was adopted in pursuit of the joy of driving. Additionally, the new concept model allows the car owner to adjust some of the unit's features like suspension settings and motor output.
Moreover, the instrument panel does not only display meters, but also the network display used for the audio, navigation systems and internet access as well as the vehicle information display. The layout of the displays and meters are well designed, allowing the driver to focus on driving while enjoying the comfortable space. Honda continues with its commitment to develop sports models beyond customer expectations and to offer exciting mobility products.