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The 2024 Honda Prologue is an electric SUV powered by General Motors


The Honda Prologue opens the book on the brand’s future range of battery-powered SUVs.

It’s expected to go on sale in 2024. It’s an all-electric vehicle that’s larger than a CR-V and about the same length as a Passport.

The Prologue is a collaboration with General Motors and uses the Ultium platform that underpins the Cadillac Lyirq, the upcoming Chevrolet Blazer EV and other GM models.

The automakers first announced the partnership in 2020.

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Honda hasn’t released any pricing or technical information, including how far it can go between charges, but the Lyriq and Blazer EV are both rated at over 300 miles between fill-ups.

The 2024 Honda Prologue is an electric SUV powered by General Motors

The Prologue will be built in the United States and was designed by Honda’s design team in Los Angeles.

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It features a relatively conventional look, but has the Honda name spelled out on its tailgate instead of the traditional H logo.

The 2024 Honda Prologue is an electric SUV powered by General Motors

The cabin continues the dominant theme and even has an array of buttons and knobs on its central control panel instead of relying solely on its touchscreen infotainment system display, as many do. electric vehicles.

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Honda plans to offer future vehicles using GM’s technology, including a series of “affordable” electric vehicles planned for 2027.

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