Honda will soon release its first electric SUV this coming 2024. Here are all the major details you need to know about the new 2024 Prologue SUV.
Honda has finally named its very first electric SUV. The company also announced that the new Prologue is due to arrive this coming 2024. However, its arrival date could still be changed depending on the issues and other production happenings the giant automaker will face.
Aside from this, Honda’s consumers could also expect the new Acura SUV around 2024. However, some car critics and other experts claimed that the giant automaker will be focusing on the new Prologue as its mainstream SUV product.
As of the moment, Honda hasn’t confirmed the exact details of its new 2024 Prologue electric SUV. Although this is the case, the tech giant creator still hinted that it could have GM’s Ultrium batteries since the company partnered with General Motors to develop the new SUV.
Since Prologue will be the first electric SUV of Honda, some analysts claimed that it will be one of the most important products of the giant automaker. On the other hand, the car developer also announced that it will try to become a full-electric car manufacturer this coming 2040, with 40% of major-market sales either using batteries or hydrogen fuel cells by 2030.
2024 Prologue’s Features
As of the moment, there are really no details available regarding Honda Prologue 2024. However, some rumors claimed that this new electric SUV was designed at the company’s design studio in Los Angeles to meet the expectations of North American customers. This means that there’s a high chance that the new automobile will have the usual design of the company’s gas-based SUVs.
On the other hand, experts stated that Honda Prologue could also be a larger, three-row family utility electric car. However, there’s also a chance that the new electric SUV could be smaller since the company is currently aiming to tap into different markets.
Aside from this, the new EV could also be designed to be highly competitive, with the functionality required to meet diverse needs. Meanwhile, the new Prologue is also rumored to be built at GM’s Ramos Arizpe plant in Mexico. This means that GM could offer the company its advanced batteries.
Once this happens, the interested consumers of the new EV could expect a longer-lasting battery life from the new Prologue 2024 electric SUV.
Dave Gardner, executive VP of American Honda, explained that their first volume BEV “will begin our transition to electrification and the name Honda Prologue signals the role it will play in leading to our zero-emission future.” He added that “the Prologue will provide our customers with a battery-electric SUV with the excellent functionality and packaging they’ve come to expect.
As of the moment, the best thing you can do is wait for the company’s actual announcements regarding its new EV. More exact details about the capabilities of the new 2024 Prologue will certainly be unveiled once its release date nears.