I still can’t find confirmation of max charge. Quoted in places at 50 or 100.Is it me or have they removed the autopilot function? It doesn't seem to be mentioned anywhere now.
It says it is CCS2, so hopefully will charge nice and fast. They do claim 30 minutes so with tapering that's what, 70-80kW minimum on a 35kWh battery?
Their glossary here says both 30 minutes and 20 miuntes: https://www.honda.co.uk/cars/new/coming-soon/honda-e/glossary.htmlI still can’t find confirmation of max charge. Quoted in places at 50 or 100.
When Bjorn tested the old Ioniq on a 1000km trip he did it in a little over 12 hours. The Mercedes EQC, with a massive battery and fast charging, took 11:30. In some ways the Ioniq was a nicer trip, with more breaks for the driver. I think as long as the infrastructure is decent having a small battery is fine and doesn't even cost you much time, especially if you stop regularly anyway.Thanks for that. Shame they won’t mention it. Thought they’d talk about it rather then the 0-80.
A small battery is fine if can do a quick charge for 120 miles on the rare occasion needed.
That seems as good as Google Assistant, very impressive. I wonder if they are using some kind of online service to process the speech or if it happens all in the car. Since it comes with telematics and an app they must have some internet service in the car. Hopefully live maps too.Video of voice control being used
Did you get in the right car???I tapped the top of the dash at the show, very hollow. The wood on top of the dash from a distance looks fine but up close has no density. The doors shut with a tinny clang and the body panels were thin. Lots of shiny plastic on the front and rear panels, likely to mark easily
There can be very few cars that aren’t built to a price.Can't be built down to a price or they would have ditched that stuff.
You can’t judge a cars NVH from show videos and pictures.Did you get in the right car???
Looking at the videos and photos there isn't any shiny plastic at all apart from the touch screens, it's all either wood, fabric or textured plastic. Of course they will use light wood, no point adding weight.
The doors actually look very thick in the Autogefühl video and make a nice solid sound when closed.
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