Honda's first all-electric car is ready for production, and the public debut is coming at the 2019 Frankfurt Auto Show. Designed for urban driving, the E is a beautiful combination of modern and retro, with a healthy dose of classic Civic styling. A 152 horsepower electric motor makes 232 lb-ft of torque with a range of 137 miles — not Tesla territory, but great for the city driving that the car is designed for. The 35.5 kWh battery can fast-charge to 80 percent in 30 minutes, enough to travel 110 miles. The E has copious amounts of tech, with industry-firsts like side-view cameras that replace the outer mirrors and a digital dash that spans the interior. The only disappointing this about the E is where it won't be sold — the United States. Other than that, it looks to be one of the most appealing small cars on the market.