Honda's EV-STER electric sports car concept is no stranger to the auto show stands, having debuted at the 2011 Tokyo Auto Show. The car has now made its European debut at Geneva, accessible to all rather than placed high on a turntable - so we've got some more live shots for you. Though the EV-STER isn't intended as a replacement for Honda's much-missed S2000 sports car, it's hard not to draw comparisons. It's a small, relatively light weight, rear-drive roadster with sharp styling. That's where the similarities end however. Rather than a revvy, inline-four combustion engine, the EV-STER gets...
Honda EV-STER Electric Concept Car Could Make It To Production
Two weeks ago, Honda unveiled the EV-STER Electric Sports Convertible Concept at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, along with its new Earth Dreams range of eco-friendly engines, drivetrains and advanced drive technology. Now we learn that Honda could be about to use the EV-STER as the basis for a...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield
Honda Unveils EV-STER Electric Sports Convertible Concept: 2011 Tokyo Motor Show
It’s been nearly three weeks since Honda told us it would be premiering a small sports electric concept car at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. True to its promise, Honda has just unveiled what it calls the EV-STER electric sports concept on the show’s first press day. With an unmistakably...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield