WATCH | The all-electric Honda e is such a funky car but its cabin is even better

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Just when you think technology can't get any better than it already is, something else pops up and completely changes the scope of things. The all-electric Honda e's interior is one such example.

It's a tiny car on the outside but behind the wheel its a different kettle of fish altogether. You are met by a dashboard that houses five screens with a host of infotainment functions that operate in tandem.

Technology from the future

The setup looks similar to that of Mercedes-Benz' MBUX system where the driver can toggle and scroll through things like music, electric charge and satellite map navigation.

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Everything from camera-based rear-view mirrors to having the capability to connect a gaming system means the cabin is as interactive as ever. Rewind the clock a mere five years ago, and this technology was almost non-existent.

The age of electric cars is slowing taking over the automotive world, but if this is the type of technology they can expect, then the world will be filled will electric cars much sooner than later.

Compiled by: Robin Classen
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