Automobile giant has revealed the design of its new first fully electric Prologue SUV, and a vehicle that was co-developed with General Motors. Like most of its Japanese peers in the automobile industry, Honda has been a slug when it comes to the fully-electric vehicles.
The automobile company is focused too much on the hydrogen fuels and hybrid models, which resulted in a very small offering of the all-electric models in North America. Since Honda closed production of the Clarity Electric in 2019, the company had no fully-electric vehicle in the United States.
From many years, Honda has been teasing its new electric vehicle, and now has finally revealed the design of the Prologue. The Honda Prologue will come to North American market in 2024. The design of the SUV features clean and simple Neo-Rugged exterior and interior styling, and has ample interior space that is ready for adventure both inside and outside the city.
The car will have a generous interior that will provide ample space for the cargo and passengers. Showing a technology rich cabin, the prologue will also have a standard and fully digital 11-inch driver display panel, with an 11.3-inch audio and connectivity display.