2011 Honda EV-STER Concept Live Photos: 2011 Tokyo Motor Show

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One of the more interesting vehicles Honda brought to this week’s 2011 Tokyo Motor Show was the EV-STER Concept, a vision of the automaker’s electric sports car of the future.

Being all-electric, the concept was designed to maximize the fun of driving while being completely eco-friendly at the same time.

Able to seat two adults, the EV-STER packs a very small electric motor running on lithium-ion batteries. This motor powers the rear wheels, in true sports car fashion, and with its 78 horsepower rating manages to accelerate the EV-STER from 0-37 mph in 5.0 seconds.

One of the more interesting facts about the EV-STER’s design is that Honda has chosen to do away with the traditional steering wheel and instead add a twin-lever steering system.

For more details on the EV-STER, click here, and to see what else the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show has to offer, click here.

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