Honda releases the first images of its electric SUV, the Prologue. Reserved for the North American market, this model reveals its design, or even the presentation of its interior. Get up-to-date on everything you need to know about Honda Prologue.
Honda's first electric SUV will take place, first and foremost, in Uncle Sam's country. Scheduled for 2024, the Honda Prologue is already starting to show its exterior and interior design, even before communicating its technical characteristics. Slightly larger than a CR-V, the electric SUV is 4.88 meters long, 1.89 meters wide and 1.64 meters high. Its wheelbase reaches 3.09 meters.
Visually, this new Honda Prologue looks like a particularly beefy SUV. Its look is marked by a full and narrow grille inspired by Honda and, panoramic roof, 21-inch rims or even a black stripe that crosses the rear face. This one is also adorned with a Honda letter in a new font. A small "e" emblem resembles the electric motor hidden under the vehicle's hood.
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Available in a white body color called the North Shore Pearl, the Honda Prologue also has a cabin described as "generous". In the words of the Japanese manufacturer, it offers a large space for passengers and offers a substantial cargo volume.
The dashboard is inevitably connected, with an 11-inch digital instrument cluster and an 11.3-inch touchscreen. Dedicated to air conditioning in particular, certain controls remain associated with physical buttons.
We don't know much about the Honda Prologue's electric drive at the time of writing these lines. Honda simply indicates that the SUV has all-wheel drive, a sign that it could carry at least two electric motors. The Prologue is based on the Ultium platform, provided by the General Motors group.