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.
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.
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: