Remember Honda talking about a Small Sports EV being unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show this year? Well here it is – it is named the EV-STER and it measures 3,570 mm in length, 1,500 mm in width, 1,100 mm in height and it features 2,325 mm long wheelbase.
The Honda EV-STER Concept is a rear-wheel-drive electric two-seater convertible fitted with a twin-lever steering which "was adopted for the thorough pursuit of the joy of driving", and which makes use of materials such as carbon finer in order to keep its weight down.
The EV-STER is powered by a 10kWh lithium-ion battery with a maximum output of 58 kW that will enable a driving range of approximately 160 Km (in the LC08 test cycle) and a top speed of 160 Km/h.
According to Honda this new generation compact sports model is able to sprint from 0 to 60 Km/h in 5.0 seconds, with its batteries requiring 3 hours to recharge at a 200V power outlet or 6 hours when using a 100V energy source.   

Source: Honda