Hinda Prologue

Honda Prologue likely to take on electric models from Tesla, Ford and VW

When Tesla Model Y, Ford Mustang Mach-E and Volkswagen ID.4 are in the works, what would you expect Honda to push out of its electric car assembly line? If that’s a question that has occurred to you, here’s what we know as of now.

Honda has lined up its new Prologue electric SUV, which we expect will take on the Tesla, Ford and VW EV models. The 2024 Honda Prologue has even been previewed by way of a teaser that the Japanese carmaker has outed a while ago.

Sporting battery technology that ushers in a potential driving range of up to 724 kilometres, the 2024 Honda Prologue needs to be seen as a worthy machine of the modern age. Significantly enough, Honda has partnered General Motors in the development of the Prologue. The Honda Prologue SUV will move forward on an EV platform that has been jointly developed with GM as part of a strategic alliance between the two automakers.

Honda Prologue Sports GM Ultium Battery Tech

The electric beauty is expected to sashay down the United States runway in 2024. The Prologue will carry within itself General Motors’ latest Ultium battery technology and BEV3 EV architecture. In case you didn’t know, the Ultium battery technology was earlier been placed under the hood of some of the cars from General Motors. They include the Hummer EV and the upcoming Cadillac Lyriq.

Honda Prologue
General Motors’ latest Ultium battery technology and BEV3 EV architecture fro the Prologue

Being positioned as a highly competitive EV waiting to hit the market, it needs to be expected that the car will come with some astounding features that lend the quintessential Honda practicality. 

But then if you are looking at the final specs that would ride the Prologue, you may have to wait a bit more. This is because Honda is yet to lift the wraps off its technical specs.

Honda Prologue All-Electric SUV: Estimated Price

Apart from the teaser you can watch above, all we know is that the car will be a fully electric SUV that will arrive on America’s streets. And, it would most probably find its classification as a small to medium-size SUV.

When it goes on sale on American shores by the first quarter of 2024, the Honda Prologue all-electric SUV is most likely to sport a price tag of something around $50,000. Feel free to tell us your thoughts…

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