The 2024 Honda Prologue SUV marks the beginning of a revolutionary era of electrified Honda vehicles.
Honda is a latecomer to the EV party in comparison to other automakers. But the 2024 Honda Prologue EV, developed in partnership with General Motors, will be the Japanese automaker’s first fully electric SUV and will be available that year. Learn more about the Prologue’s specifications, price, and release date.
The Honda Prologue EV SUV is scheduled to be available in early 2024. It will most likely debut and complete the reveal in late 2023. The 2024 Honda Prologue will be sold in Honda dealerships in the United States and select other markets. The Honda Prologue will be made at a GM facility in Michigan as part of their collaboration. Stay tuned for information on the Prologue’s pre-order/reservation process.
What is the price of the 2024 Honda Prologue?
The 2024 Prologue’s price hasn’t been determined yet, but we anticipate it to start far below $50,000. For the 2024 model year, a 2024 Honda Prologue EV might cost roughly $45,000 to compete in an increasingly saturated market. The driving distance won’t probably be less than 200 miles, and we anticipate that at least one model will have a distance of at least 270 miles. But once more, it’s still early. Once we obtain more information, we’ll update this information.
Interior and Features
Honda has not yet provided interior specifics, but it will showcase the automaker’s strengths in build quality and cabin versatility (perhaps, Honda’s innovative magic seats will make an appearance). Due to the Ultium electric design and battery technologies supplied by GM, expect exceptional levels of passenger space.
The 2024 Honda Prologue will be equipped with the newest driver convenience and entertainment technology, even though a lot of it will be rebranded GM content with some additional features from Honda. A fully digital instrument cluster, connected services, over-the-air updates, wireless charging, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are among the other niceties.
Battery Capacity and Powertrain
As part of a strategic partnership between the two manufacturers, General Motor’s flexible Ultium battery-electric architecture serves as the crossover’s structural foundation. The platform is already used by the Cadillac Lyriq, GMC Hummer EV, and Chevrolet Silverado EV in various configurations. Honda hasn’t provided any other information, but the 2024 Honda Prologue is anticipated to be a mid-sized crossover akin to the Cadillac Lyriq from 2023, with which it might share its BEV3 platform, although this hasn’t been confirmed.
In the 2024 Prologue, Honda didn’t go in-depth on the electric drivetrain. The Ultium platform, found in GM’s electric vehicles, including the Cadillac LYRIQ crossover SUV, Chevrolet Silverado EV pickup truck, and GMC Hummer EV SUV, is all known about it, though. Honda has steadfastly been lagging behind Toyota in the development of electric vehicles. For the time being, Honda will rely on GM’s experience in electric cars until it can do so on its own.
The Cadillac LYRIQ is the GM electric vehicle that resembles the Honda Prologue. It features an all-wheel drive variant, an electric motor for the front and rear axles, and a standard rear-mounted electric engine. The 500 hp dual-motor all-wheel drive LYRIQ outperforms the 340 hp single-motor rear-wheel drive model. The LYRIQ’s battery pack has a 100.0-kWh capacity and a potential 312-mile driving range.