The Honda E Prototype, slated to make its official debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, started out life as the Urban EV concept at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.

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Honda uses the "Prototype" designation to refer to a car that is nearly, but not entirely production-ready.

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The E Prototype spawned a second set of doors, offering a bit more versatility.

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The black strips near the bottom have grown to consume the lower part of all body panels, and there are some different wheels on there, but on the whole it's a faithful push to production.

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The charging port is hidden under the black patch on the hood, and LED lights shine through to let owners know about charging status.

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The seats use sofa fabric to add some uniqueness.

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The dashboard is almost entirely screen, with information displayed in front of both driver and passenger.

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The Honda E Prototype rides atop a dedicated rear-wheel-drive EV platform.

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Honda didn't say how much power its electric motor puts out, only that it has enough juice "for next-generation small-car performance."

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Honda also didn't say how big the battery was, but it appears that the only thing smaller than this car is its range, which Honda says is "over" 124 miles.

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