On Thursday, Honda provided a close look at its Prologue 2024 electric SUV, while also revealing details about its dimensions and deployment plan.
Honda basically revealed the exterior design this summer in a sketch of the How is the opening part designed?but this time it is to provide clearer pictures of the exterior and interior.
In a press release accompanying the photos, Honda confirms the Prologue is 192 inches long, 78.3 inches wide and 64.7 inches tall, with a 121.8-inch wheelbase. That places the Prologue firmly in the midsize SUV category, roughly halfway between the current Honda Passport and Pilot, with a wheelbase similar to the Cadillac Lyriq.
2024 Honda Prologue
It’s no surprise that the Prologue shares a wheelbase with the Lyriq since it’s based on the same set of General Motors Ultium components. In Ultium vehicles, battery pack size and wheelbase are related. The prologue is also expected to be built with Chevrolet Blazer EV In Mexico.
In addition to the exterior dimensions, Honda claims 21-inch wheels and an 11-inch driver display as standard and an 11.3-inch touchscreen.
Although the Prologue isn’t scheduled to launch until 2024, Honda has seen the software redesigned 2023 CR-V Hybridslated to go on sale later this month, as a “gateway vehicle” to the all-electric Prologue and other EVs, including models based on Honda’s own architecture, is expected to go on sale later this month. expected to launch in North America in 2026.
2024 Honda Prologue
To that end, Honda plans to generate 50% of hybrid CR-V sales in 2023 and will offer hybrid customers in the California ZEV states a shorter two-year lease term so they can redeem the CR. -V Hybrid takes the Prologue when the latter arrives. Honda said it will set an annual sales target of 70,000 for the Prologue, so in states that are supposed to be more suitable for an EV it will be much more than a proper car.
The rental program suggests that people who can get an EV wait two years and drive a hybrid before that time. Is this realistic?