Honda EV-ster concepts that appear in the event the Tokyo Motor Show, will soon be produced. As reported by German media, Auto Motor and Sport and quoted by Motor Authority, Friday (12/16/2011), Honda says ready to mass produce this car. CEO of Honda, Takanobu Ito revealed that the new sports cars from Japanese car manufacturers are likely to be released with such a model roadster concept car combines an electric or gasoline engines.
Honda ambitious step is the realization of Honda’s plan to launch hybrid cars and electricity to reduce the average production of C02 emissions worldwide by 30 percent compared with 2000. With the 2020 target of realizing ‘the blue sky.’ In the model concept, the Honda EV-ster is a compact sports car with an open roof design that is able to travel a distance of 160 km just before the lithium-ion rechargeable battery strength.
Dimensions has a length of 3400 mm, width 1480 mm, and height of 1100 mm and wheelbase of 2325 mm. For the engine, using Honda’s engine capacity of 660 cc 3-cylinder and capable of producing power by 63 bhp. Conventional engine was then mated to an electric motor-powered 58 kW. Both the energy to drive the rear wheels (rear-wheel-drive).
Honda claims the car is capable of running up to a maximum speed of 160 km / h and can accelerate from 0-60 km / h in a matter of time of 5.0 seconds.