2012 Honda Fit EV
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Honda has the premiere of the new 2012 Honda Fit EV concept at the Los Angeles auto show-a model for the production of which will be introduced in the Japanese and American markets in 2012 the head.
Details on the 2012 Honda Fit EV are few, though. All Honda says is that the all-electric version of the 5-door compact hatch is powered by a lithium-ion battery fueling a coaxial high-density electric motor derived from the FCX Clarity fuel cell electric car.
There is no power figures are given. Honda says that the fit-EV a top speed of 90 km/h (145 km/h) and a range of 100 miles (160 km) to the US-EPA cycle. It is a three-mode drive system: Econ, normal and sport. Charging takes ‘less ‘ 12 hours on a conventional 120-volt power outlet and one less than 6 hours with a 240 volt.
A new plug-in hybrid technology to the list of Honda not specified intermediate model. It features a 120 kW electric motor and lithium-ion battery 6kWh (160 bhp/163 ps). Electric-mode plug-in hybrid model is about 10-15 mph (16 km) in city driving and features 62 mph (100 km/h) with a top speed of the highway.
Recharging the battery takes 2-2.5 hours from 120-volt outlet-half of the 240 volt charging stations. The engine on the new plug-in hybrid system is a 2.0 liter i-VTEC inline 4-cylinder Atkinson-cycle engine coupled to a CVT transmission.
Displayed alongside the 2012 Honda Fit EV Concept at the show is a prototype Honda charging stand. To begin charging, the driver swipes a card in front of the screen and then connects the charger to the vehicle. The Honda charging stand provides a glimpse at the future of an electric-charging infrastructure that is easy to use and intuitive for consumers.
2012 Honda Fit EV Concept exposed at the LA Auto Show has an exclusive that deep clear Blue Pearl exterior color material and five-spoke alloy rims with bleak cuts in. Inside, an eco-friendly grey bio-fabric on the seat surfaces equipped. The New Honda Fit EV will go on sale for U.S. customers in 2012. By using the lighter Honda Fit platform, already in volume manufacturing, Honda could price the Fit EV at $29,900, less than the Nissan LEAF with a minimum price of $32,780.