Honda electric concept car: The Native

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hondanativeHonda has come a long way since its original eco-friendly car, the first generation Insight. Its latest effort is the concept car, the Honda Native. It can change colors. Designed by Tudoran Liviu, the Honda Native concept comprises an electric engine powered by a heavy-duty lithium-ion battery pack and can house three passengers including the driver.

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This ultra compact car with great aerodynamic features has been designed for the massively congested future traffic where speed will be ignored over low space riding efficiency.native2

The interior is designed from lightweight materials such as aluminum and offer an OLED display to provide information regarding the performance of the car and a touchscreen control panel for easy access to all other functions.

Honda has provided details of the car’s anticipate driving distance per charge.

Its down-to-the-ground design will allow the car to offer a smooth riding experience. The exterior of the car can change its color according to the light, temperature and other surrounding environmental factors that react with the photo-chromatic exterior.native3

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