At 6Th October 2022 Honda revealed the first look at the exterior and interior styling of the all-new Honda Prologue battery-electric SUV. The Honda Prologue is all set to make its debut in North America in the year 2024. The Prologue design features clean and simple “Neo-rugged” exterior and interior styling and ample interior space. The Prologue will be available in all-wheel drive and an exclusive North Shore Pearl exterior color inspired by the natural beauty and colors near Lake Tahoe in California.
The Honda Prologue replaces the “H-mark” badge on the rear of the vehicle with a stylized typeface with the full Honda brand name and, to align with Honda’s global EV models, the Prologue brand’s e: series. will adopt the name Beijing. The charcoal and light gray interior colors are inspired by the scenery of freshly fallen snow on the mountains and the interior will also feature a standard fully digital 11-inch driver display panel and 11.3-inch audio/connectivity display. The Prologue will have a wheelbase of 121.8 inches, and is about 8 inches longer and 5 inches wider than the 2023 Honda CR-V. Due to its dimensions and spacious interior, the Prologue is positioned in Honda’s light truck lineup.
Commenting on the occasion, Masaki Sumimoto, Design Lead for Color, Materials and Finish said, “Our goal was to create a clean harmony based on a rugged SUV image to create a new rugged design style by harmonizing colors and materials. to express what is familiar to our customers. and unique Honda”. Honda will introduce 30 new EVs globally by 2030, with a global sales volume of 2 million units. In North America. Honda also recently announced the formation of a joint venture to produce lithium-ion batteries in the US to power Honda and Acura EV models for the North American market. Honda’s SUV lineup for this year consists of the HR-V, CR-V, and Pilot, three vehicles that are key in laying the foundation for Honda EV sales volume starting with the Prologue in 2024.
“We won’t wait until 2024 to attract EV buyers, as we advance the CR-V’s consumer appeal with its slightly larger size, larger interior and capable handling,” said Gary Robinson, vice president of automobiles. We see a natural progression for that.” Planning and Strategy at American Honda. “We will now support this transition by creating a smart strategy with the CR-V Hybrid, which will enable our customers to transition to an EV.”