Honda's new electric minicar will be available with two power outputs when it goes on sale next year, the company said.
Honda has released pictures of the production Honda e ahead of its reveal at the Frankfurt auto show, where the company will also announce its price. Media reports have estimated the car will cost between 28,000 to 35,000 euros. Deliveries start in spring next year, Honda said.
Honda has taken a gamble that customers will pay more for its small car by accentuating its design, connectivity and innovations such as the cameras in place of door mirrors.
The Honda e became one of the most hotly anticipated electric cars after a concept previewing the retro-designed minicar became the surprise hit of the 2017 Frankfurt auto show.
The car has a 35.5 kWh battery which is good for a range of "up to" 220km (137 miles) Honda said, quoting internal data rather than official EU testing data.
The entry car has a power output of 134hp, or customers can pay more for a 152hp model. Honda said the most powerful model will accelerate to 100kph (62mph) in 8 seconds.
The interior is dominated by five screens running across the dashboard, including two 12.3in information screens, and an additional two screens displaying a feed from rear-facing cameras, which replace wing mirrors.
Technology inside includes the Honda Personal Assistant which is activated in the manner of Amazon's Alexa by saying 'OK Honda.' It connects online to access "a range of online services" Honda said in the statement, without being specific.
Users also get access to the My Honda+ smartphone app, which allows them to use their phone to check battery life, remotely activate the climate and unlock the doors.
The design of the car gives it a clean uncluttered look that's helped by door handles that sit flush to the bodywork and pop out when needed. Inside, the materials are described as "subtle and contemporary" and include a prominent wood surface below the dash screens.
The electric motor delivers power to the rear wheels for a sportier feel, Honda said. The company touted the car's "exceptional driving dynamics" which together with the online connectivity will help the car "meets the needs of modern urban lifestyles" it said.
The car will be built in Japan using a brand new EV-specific platform.