During this year’s Geneva Motor Show, Honda revealed its updated “Electric Vision,” whereby it aims for 100% of its European sales to feature electrified powertrains by 2025.

Spearheading this initiative is an urban electric vehicle called the e Prototype, which was heralded by the Urban EV Concept before that. As the next step in its Electric Vision, Honda has finally decided to give the Geneva EV concept a proper name, and you’ll want to be seated for this; it’s called the Honda e.

Though it may be a simple name, the e has plenty of appeal, if the concept was any indication. The bubbly shape and circular lighting units are very welcoming, while the small packaging makes it perfect for urban environments.

Honda e Prototype

The same can be said of the interior, which offers a lounge-like feel with materials that appear like those you’d typically find in a famous Scandinavian furniture store. This minimalistic approach is coupled with technology fully catered to modern lifestyles, and is presented via screens on the dashboard.

While Honda did give us a name, it did not say anything about specifications. Instead, the carmaker stated the e is its first model to benefit from a dedicated EV platform, and that it has received over 22,000 expressions of interest across Europe.

We’ve only been told previously that the e Prototype is able to deliver a range of over 200 km, and that fast-charging allows the battery to be recharged to 80% in 30 minutes.

Fourth-generation Honda Jazz renders

Beyond the e, Honda also touched upon its i-MMD dual-motor hybrid system, which can be found in the CR-V and Accord. The company noted that this system would make its way to its smaller segment cars, with the fourth-generation Jazz being one of the recipients.

We’ve already posted renders of what the all-new Jazz might look like, but we’ll only know the full picture when the B-segment hatchback makes its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show later this year.

GALLERY: Honda e Prototype at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show

GALLERY: 2020 Honda Jazz renders

GALLERY: 2020 Honda Jazz spyshots