The Honda Fit EV is an all-electric hatchback from Honda which is now discontinued. It first appeared in the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show. Later in entered production in 2013. It was available between 2013 and 2014. Currently, the Honda Fit EV has been discontinued.
Fit EV is laced with AC synchronous electric motor. It provides a great acceleration when compared to its FCX clarity fuel-based electric vehicles. The motor provides high output with better efficiency. The magnetic layout along with the innovative shape provides the user with higher output and more torque.
This EV from Honda transforms kinetic energy into electrical energy via the regenerative braking system. The Fit EV makes use of a Li-Ion battery pack. honda Fit EV provides a torque of 256 Nm. This electric car from Honda takes 8.3 seconds to hit 0 to 60 mph.
If the standard charging process is followed with 120-volt AC wall outlet, then it may take over 12 hours to completely charge the Honda Fit EV. Otherwise with a 240-volt AC Level 2 EVSE device connected to the Fit EV’s onboard charger which bears a power of 6.6kW. The total charging time using this method drops to less than three hours. The second method of charging can be beneficial in the off-peak hours in certain regions.
The Honda Fit EV has now been discontinued. However, a used Fit EV may cost around $36,625.