Honda e was one of the cars that gathered the spotlight at the Frankfurt Motor Show along with Volkswagen ID.3 and Porsche Taycan. The Japanese company expects to sell approximately 10,000 cars a year from its small electric car The Honda E, which is twice as many as was counting on two years ago.
The car is the key to achieving CO2 targets next year and in 2021 in Europe and the company may need to sell more than projected 10,000 units, said Dave Hodgetts, Honda CEO in the United Kingdom.
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The original price of the car is €33,850 euros in Germany for the basic version and €36,850 euros for the high-powered e Advance. However, the price will fall to €29,470 after calculating the relevant subsidies that most governments give to Europe.