The battery capacity is 61.3 kWh. Lithium ion battery is built from the most modern elements at the moment. At full charge, according to the manufacturer, the maximum range is 480 km (NEDC cycle).
The electric motor develops 163 hp. (120 kW), which allows you to develop a maximum speed of 140 km / h. Acceleration from 0 to 50 km / h takes 4 seconds. The car uses a synchronous electric motor with permanent magnets.
The Honda M-NV electric car is a crossover manufactured by Japanese Honda together with Chinese Dongfeng. Honda M-NV is made on the basis of one platform with petrol Honda HR-V or electric X-NV. it has a larger battery that provides more power. The electric car also has a more sporty design and premium interior materials.
The car received a front suspension - Macpherson type, and a rear beam.
The electric car is made in a crossover body and has the following overall dimensions and weight:
- length - 4324 mm.
- width - 1785 mm.
- height - 1637 mm.
- wheelbase - 2610 mm.
- weight - 1610 kg.
Standard wheels installed on the car have the following dimensions: 215/55 R18.
The car comes with everything you need for comfortable and safe driving: ABS, EBD, TCS (traction control system), VSA (car stabilization assistance), ESS (emergency braking warning system), TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system), rear parktronic, rear view camera, halogen headlights with lens (automatic light), LED daytime running lights, LED interior lighting, heated side mirrors and turn signal on the body, LED PTF, four electric windows (driver's automatic), multi-steering wheel, cruise control, instrument panel in the form of a solid LCD display. Anti-glare coating, keyless entry, climate control, leather seats and steering wheel, front airbags for driver and front passenger, side airbags for front and rear seats, ISOFIX child seat mounting.
Entertainment in the car is responsible for a multimedia system with an 8-inch touch screen, which can be connected via Bluetooth smartphone for both speakerphone and music playback. 6-speaker audio system.
Electric vehicle battery charging time:
- Slow charging of the battery from a household single-phase network with a voltage of 220 volts to 7 kW will provide a full charge of the battery in less than 10 hours
- Rapid charging of the battery with a direct current of up to 60 kW will charge the battery up to 100% in about 1 hour.
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