When in Formula One you live your best life and you get all the perks in the world. Alex Albon was granted with a drive in the unreleased Honda E prototype while carting around the boss.
The Honda E has been on the lips of all. An impressive step in the all-electric division for the Japanese manufacturer. Must say, it is by far one of the most attractive, sleek and sexiest designs I’ve seen for an everyday full-electric vehicle. That’s the bar Honda has set with the EV prototype.
Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda and Formula One driver, Alex Albon was tasked with track testing the electric EV flagship of Honda. Starting with a tour of Honda head office, the F1 driver made his way to the Goodwood Festival for a run in the all-new Honda EV.
The Goodwood Festival is where it all goes down. If you love cars, you there. If you love track driving, you there. If you like to stay up to date with the latest car crazes hitting the roads in the near future, you are there.
This is where the 6th-placed F1 driver put his company’s electric gem through some speed laps.
Honda E – Responsive, fun and like a go-kart
The Honda E was a drive like a go-kart, according to Alexander. But obviously more fun, as well as a more sophisticated ride. Responsive from foot to power, the E was a drive Alex Albon enjoyed thoroughly.
The sound of an electric car does no justice to the top speeds it could hit. The Japanese EV is supposed to be where power meets elegance and then combines in a trifecta with longevity. For what’s on display currently in prototype form, gives us a lot of promise.
Honda might have actually outdone themselves with this one and should beat all their competitors with the E. With patience, time and dedication you could be creating a masterpiece such as this.
A full review of the Honda E will be following from the Art of Gears.