Honda HR-V Based Everus EV to Launch in China by Year End

Honda showcased the Everus EV Concept at Beijing Auto Show earlier this year. Based on the HR-V/ Vezel, the Everus EV Concept previews the first mass-production EV model, Honda will introduce exclusively in China.

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Now patent images of the Everus EV have leaked online and it remains quite faithful to the concept. The charging port is located behind a flush panel in the upper grille, while the distinctive lower grille is more of a decorative piece meant just for aesthetics.

Vertical LED DRLs are positioned on the flanks, inside the C-shaped pronounced outer-ends of the redesigned bumper. As with most EVs there is a hint of blue accents in different parts of the vehicle. The tail lamps are connected via a blacked strip that’s not found on the HR-V/ Vezel.

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Other details such as driving range, charging time, maximum speed or other specification of the pure electric sub-compact SUV are yet to be known. Though the Everus EV will be built by GAC-Honda joint venture in China and will likely go on sale towards the end of this year.

The Everus EV Concept displayed at 2018 Beijing Auto Show:

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