Honda unveiled today the Micro Commuter prototype, a quadricycle EV that was developed for high mobility.
Honda Micro Commuter was first introduced at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show and can fit an adult driver plus two children. The quadricycle measures 2.500 mm (98.4-in.) long, 1.250mm (49.2-in.) wide and 1.445mm (56.9-in).
The Honda Micro Commuter’s electric powertrain is made from a 15kW lithium-ion battery, a motor and a control unit that are placed in the rear space. The Japanese officials says that the battery can be charged in less than 3 hours, it offers a maximum range of around 60 kilometers and can speed up to 80 km/h. 
Thanks to a tablet the owner can use the functions such as meter display, navigation, audio and camera display. Honda also says that the trial will begin shortly and intent to present a production version in the near future. 

Source: Honda