2024 Honda Prologue – Based on a sketch released today by Honda the company’s forthcoming electric vehicle won’t sport an extravagant look. Instead, 2024’s Honda Prologue looks to have smooth surfaces, with subtle accents of roughness.
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The sketch gives us the first glimpse of what the Prologue could look like, even if certain parts are obviously exaggerated to create a dramatic effect. The illustration in color conveys a strong anime vibe. However, our attention is attracted to the small, thin part which runs along the top of the front and runs around the light elements. The hefty grille that is on the front bumper together with the fog lights, the lower cladding, and the prominent roof rails won’t be odd on a Subaru or in fact any contemporary crossover that has adventurous ambitions.
Honda states that the Prologue’s design will feature a wheelbase that is long with shorter overhangs. Honda also claims that Prologue’s EV SUV will be equipped with a “capable tire.” Although a set of Firestone Destination LE 2 all-season tires–similar to those used in the Honda Passport TrailSport we tested–look like they’re a little flamboyant, they do not offer the same low rolling resistance that the tires found on the majority of electric vehicles. Maybe to counter these, Honda also says it was designed with aerodynamics in mind, as is the Prologue’s style with the aim of maximizing efficiency while decreasing the sound level inside which is more apparent when there’s not a combustion engine producing noise.
If anyone was unaware or didn’t know The 2024 Prologue is part of Honda’s partnership together with General Motors. GM will be sharing their Ultium battery system that will be the basis for future models such as those from the Cadillac Lyriq and GMC Hummer EV. Honda will then create the bodies and interiors of models like Prologue. Prologue; Acura will also come with an expensive model, that is not yet officially identified.
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Following that the Prologue along with its Acura counterparts came out on the marketplace, Honda is set to launch new vehicles that are built on the company’s own electric platform, known as e: Architecture. They are scheduled to begin manufacturing in the year 2026. Then, in 2027 Honda along with GM will join forces again to create and market a “new series” of affordable small-sized electric crossovers. The whole thing will culminate in Honda’s target of selling 500,000 electric vehicles across North America by 2030 and also ensuring that it adheres to only selling EVs and fuel-cell vehicles before 2040.