Autoasas
Overview

CAR SEARCH

SEARCH BY TEMPER

TOP 100
Find the fastest, most powerful or heaviest cars!

ACAcuraAlfa RomeoAston MartinAudiBentleyBMWBugattiBuickCadillacCaterhamChevroletChryslerCitroenCupraDaciaDaewooDaihatsuDodgeFerrariFiatFiskerFordGMCHondaHummerHyundaiInfinitiIsuzuJaguarJeepKiaKoenigseggLadaLamborghiniLanciaLand RoverLexusLincolnLotusMaseratiMaybachMazdaMcLarenMercedes-BenzMGMiniMitsubishiMorganNissanPaganiPeugeotPolestarPontiacPorscheRenaultRolls-RoyceRoverSaabScionSeatSkodaSmartSpykerSsangYongSubaruSuzukiTataTeslaToyotaTVRVauxhall VolkswagenVolvo
659 from 1916
Honda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - presentHonda e:Ny1 2023 - present
After a not-so-successful first attempt to enter the electric car market with the small city car Honda e, the Japanese company is trying a second time. Now it will be a compact crossover Honda e:Ny1, which has been sold in the Chinese market since 2021. Under the sophisticated name of the model hides the features of the car that have already been seen somewhere - yes, the e:Ny1 is an electric version of the already familiar Honda HR-V. From the outside, the only difference between the two cars is that the Honda e:Ny1 has a plate-covered front grille that covers the cavity containing the electric car's charging port. Viewed from the side, the e:Ny1 has exactly the same profile, with a distinctive heavily forward-slanted boot shape, hidden rear door handles and a clean, simple design. So it's hard to call e:Ny1 a new model, and it's hard to call a car with front-wheel drive a crossover, especially since the ground clearance of the electric car is only 135 mm - like that of a regular hatchback. Although the exterior of the car is taken from the HR-V model, the interiors of the cars are very different. Honda engineers kept the design of the doors the same, but the instrument panel is different - now there is an LCD screen in front of the driver, and a large vertical 15.1-inch touchscreen is divided into three areas in the center. In addition to the above-mentioned LCD screen, the Base Elegance version of the standard equipment includes 18-inch alloy wheels, synthetic leather seats, dual-zone climate control and a rearview camera. The equipment is good, and quite high-quality materials are also used - when sitting in front, the plastic used in most places looks great, only at the very top of the dashboard and at the bottom of the doors you will find hard plastic, everything else you touch is covered with soft material. The display is responsive and looks fantastic, although the three-part controls are static - the navigation module sits at the top and the climate controls are visible at the bottom. The manufacturer says it's the "ideal car" for first-time electric car owners, and at 4,387mm long, it will compete with B- and C-segment crossovers. The Honda is longer than the Peugeot e-2008, but shorter than the Volkswagen ID.4 electric cars. At around 1750kg, the Honda's weight is also in the middle. The Honda e:Ny1 has a relatively large 62 kWh battery, but the mileage declared by the manufacturer is not better than the competition - the WLTP indicated consumption is 18.2 kWh/100 km. The charging speed of 78 kW is also not the fastest - it will take 45 minutes to charge from 10 to 80 percent of DC. On the road, the car's suspension seems a bit too stiff, the non-ideal city asphalt is felt too strongly, and the sound of the electric motor is too loud - when driving an electric car at low speed in the city, you just want ideal silence. I'd also like a bit more power from the regenerative braking system, which is intuitively controlled by paddles behind the steering wheel. There's hardly any noticeable difference between the various modes, so single pedal fans won't like it. Practicality is also not the car's strong point - the aforementioned small ground clearance, no more rear seats that can be lifted up like the HR-V has, and a small trunk volume, which reaches only 344 liters. By the way, the trunk is not only smaller than that of competitors such as the aforementioned Volkswagen ID.4, but also smaller than the trunk space of a very small Jeep Avenger, which is only 4.1 meters long. It is true that there will be enough space for adults sitting in the back of the Honda e:Ny1.
Specifications: 0
Specifications list is empty.
Honda car timeline
Type 1990 s2000 s2010 s2020 s
567890123456789012345678901234
  Subcompact    e
  Compact CivicCivicCivicCivicCivicCivic
  Insight Insight
  Mid-size AccordAccordAccordAccord Accord
  Executive LegendLegendLegend  
  Coupe Del Sol  CR-Z  
PreludePrelude   
IntegraIntegraCivic  
  Roadster  S2000  
  Mini crossover  HR-V  HR-VHR-V
    e:Ny1
  Crossover CR-VCR-VCR-VCR-VCR-VCR-V
  Element  
    ZR-V
  Large crossover   PilotPilotPilot
  Crosstour  
  Pickup   Ridgeline  
  Mini MPV   JazzJazzJazzJazz
  MPV  StreamStream  
  FR-V  
  Large MPV OdysseyOdysseyOdysseyOdysseyOdyssey
  Sports car NSX  NSX 
  567890123456789012345678901234
1990 s2000 s2010 s2020 s
VIDEO