When EVE was first seen in the movie, she was hostile and dedicated to her task. However, after meeting WALL-E, EVE began to warm up to him and befriend him. Her eyes can make different expressions.
EVE was hostile towards him at first, but befriended him when he took her to safety.
After WALL-E saves EVE from a dust storm, he takes her to his trailer and shows her all the treasures that he has collected over the years, including the plant that he found. EVE quickly recognizes the plant, scans it and uses a tractor beam to pull it into her vegetation-containing compartment. EVE deactivates to a state in which only a blinking green beacon signals that she is on. Determined to protect EVE, he shelters her from rain, lightning and more until the Axiom return vehicle picks her up to return her to the Axiom.
Discovering WALL-E's Kindness
After WALL-E and EVE return the plant to the Captain, he views EVE's memory banks, but sees that even though one plant survived, the rest of the Earth is still polluted and unable to sustain life. But the Captain still thinks that they should return to Earth to recolonize. EVE then discovers that while she was deactivated, WALL-E was protecting her from all sorts of danger and she begins to understand the meaning of love.
EVE has her own spell card called EVE's Laser Blast.
EVE and WALL-E play major roles in the show, where they fly through space to the "Define Dancing" tune from the film's score.
- EVE was designed with the help of Apple’s behind-the-scenes designer Jonathan Ive, who was responsible of the design of the iPod.
- EVE was named after Eve, the first woman on Earth according to the Bible, because Andrew Stanton thought that WALL•E's loneliness reminded him of Adam, before God created his wife.
- In the DVD extras, it is said that she enjoys long hovers on the beach.
- Like D-FIB, PR-T and NAN-E she is one of the only female robots on the axiom.