Honda has unveiled the design of the Prologue, its first electric SUV and a vehicle codeveloped with General Motors.
Like most of its Japanese peers in the auto industry, Honda has been a laggard when it comes to all-electric vehicles.
The automaker focused too much on hydrogen fuel cells and hybrids, which resulted in a very small offering of all-electric models and virtually nothing in North America.
Since Honda stopped production of the Clarity Electric in 2019, the automaker had no all-electric vehicle in the US.
For years now, Honda has been teasing its first new EV, the Prologue, codeveloped with GM.
Today, Honda finally fully unveiled the design of the Prologue:
Honda today offered the first look at the exterior and interior styling of the all-new Honda Prologue battery-electric SUV that will come to market in North America in 2024. The Prologue design features clean and simple “Neo-Rugged” exterior and interior styling and ample interior space that’s ready for adventure inside and outside the city limits.
Here’s the exterior design of the Honda Prologue:
Here’s the interior design of the Honda Prologue electric SUV: