Honda fully reveals the design of its electric Prologue SUV

Honda finally got more than a tiny glimpse of the prologue, and it might prove interesting if you don’t like overly flashy EV designs. The company has provided a full design preview showing that the electric SUV is practical and not ostentatiously built. The “neo-rugged” (yes, we know) styling is nothing special, apart from the 21-inch wheels and advertised Honda badging on the rear, and the focus is more on an interior with “plenty” of room for people and their gear. This is aimed squarely at first-time EV buyers who want the reassurance of a familiar design – you could switch from a CR-V or Passport without feeling like you’ve stepped onto another planet.

Gallery: 2024 Honda Prologue EV | 8 photos


There will be a lot of technology inside. While Honda hasn’t revealed all the interior details, you can expect an 11-inch digital instrument display, an 11.3-inch infotainment display, and USB-C ports. Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and a Wi-Fi hotspot mode will be available. This isn’t a touchscreen-dominated vehicle like the cutesy Honda E, but the tech is clearly at the forefront. Here, too, the focus is on practicality.

The Prologue is being developed jointly with GM and is based on the American brand’s Ultium platform. It’s the first salvo in a larger electrification push that includes electric vehicles built on the in-house “e:Architecture” in 2026 and lower-priced models (also with GM) in 2027.

Much of the prologue is still a mystery, including its range and pricing. It won’t reach North America until sometime in 2024. However, Honda characterizes it as an evolution of the CR-V hybrid with a larger wheelbase (8 inches longer and 5 inches wider). We expect the company to price the pure EV accordingly, and it’s even planning a two-year lease on the 2023 CR-V hybrid in hopes of attracting buyers looking to ease the transition to electrified driving.

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