Honda's first 100% electric car is not expected to hit the market until 2020. The brand continues to show us the details of the Honda E prototype, which promises to be an option for anyone looking for a city tram. The new data comes to us through a video.
Here we learn more details about the two 12.3 inch touch screens integrated in the control panel. In aesthetic terms, the software meets Honda's current interface, and the displays are designed for easy use by both driver and passenger.
As we see in the video above, it is a very simple interface to use, even if driver and passenger want to navigate in different applications. It seems to be a very customizable interface, and where it is easy to add what you want to have at hand.
Honda wants to offer smartphone-like navigation experience
It is undeniable that our greatest navigation familiarity today is with a smartphone. The experience that Honda seems to want to offer in terms of navigation in its future car meets that, so it seems quite intuitive.
The Honda E will have its own voice-controlled virtual assistant. The traditional app will let you control your charging, start the car with a digital key and even send navigation details to both control panel screens.
Although this is a demo video and the Honda is just a prototype, this is a car that raises some expectations. Honda's first adventure in an all-electric world is coming, and with great quality.
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