Honda will unveil the EV-N electric vehicle concept at the Tokyo Motor Show later this month.  The vehicle draws inspiration from the Honda's N360 dating back to the 1960's.

The vehicle is about the size of the SmartForTwo, but has seating for four.  It's powered by a lithium-ion battery and comes with a new Honda communications system called HELLO.  HELLO, short for Honda Electric Mobility Loop, communicates between cars and tells the driver vital information about the batteries state of charge.

The EV-N is as Honda said "one of many" possible concepts that could become a future Honda electric city car.

Look for the EV-N at the Tokyo Motor Show at the end of the month and more details to follow the unveiling.