The Honda Prologue release date is set for an unconfirmed day in 2024. The details are on the horizon, and we've had our first look at this all-new, all-electric Honda SUV. Read on to learn more about the Honda Prologue, and when it arrives, take your first test drive at our Honda dealership near Chicago, IL.
The Honda Prologue SUV is a two-row SUV. But more importantly, it's an all-electric SUV that redefines rugged and versatile driving. The American Honda design team whipped up an all-new style to communicate how awesome it will be. They call it "Neo-Rugged," which blends future-forward sleekness with traditionally-angular looks.
The Honda Prologue is a cooperative effort between Honda and GM, and it rides with the Ultium platform. That shared technology is very exciting. The Ultium platform is modular, offering reconfigurable and well-optimized layouts that can provide higher horsepower and range than you may expect.
While the Honda Prologue range has yet to be confirmed, we can speculate using the above-mentioned Ultium platform. In particular, the Ultium platform can provide between 50 and 200 kWh of juice and achieve up to a GM-estimated 400 miles of range.1
Based on press release information, the Honda Prologue size will be 192-inches long, 78.3-inches wide, and 64.7-inches tall, a size in-between the Passport and Pilot. And like most new Honda vehicles, the Prologue will have available AWD.
We will know all available information when the Honda Prologue release date arrives, but we have seen a sneak peek inside. For starters, it's a futuristic cockpit with flowing lines and clean, crisp edges. There's an 11-inch digital driver display proudly facing you and an 11.3-inch infotainment display within reach at all times.
A panoramic roof makes the cabin an expansive experience, and with tech and premium trimmings through every inch, the Honda Prologue release date should be a wonderful reveal for new heights of satisfaction on your commutes in Highland Park, IL.
The Honda Prologue trims and price points have not yet been fully revealed. However, we have heard that it could slot in between the new 2023 Honda CR-V Hybrid and 2023 Honda Passport SUVs.
We think that the Honda Prologue release date may bring all the familiar Honda SUV trims, and as of our writing, the Honda Prologue Elite is the only confirmed trim level; explore Elite-trim Honda vehicles like the Odyssey to see how luxurious this trim can be.
The Honda Prologue release date will occur sometime in 2024. Contact our Honda dealer in Highland Park to stay in the loop, and once Honda Prologue pre-order availability begins, talk to our team to reserve yours.
Yes, the Honda Prologue will be available with AWD. It rides on the GM Ultium platform, which can use FWD, RWD, and AWD. We're unsure if the standard layout will be FWD or RWD, but based on the rest of the Honda lineup, we believe that the 2024 Honda Prologue will have standard FWD for maximum efficiency.
The Honda Prologue range will be revealed as the Honda Prologue release date approaches, but we can speculate using its GM Ultium platform. In particular the innovative Ultium platform offers up to a GM-estimated 400 miles of range,1 and we believe the Honda Prologue will have a range estimate closer to the top of the estimated spec range.
The Honda Prologue is a fully-electric SUV that marks a new chapter for the future of electrified Honda vehicles. It's a product of the brand's partnership with GM, using the Ultium platform to offer ultra-competitive specs and a modular design that allows for a competitive price on top. Specific range and power specs will be revealed closer to the Honda Prologue release date in 2024.
1GM estimated range is based on current capability of analytical projection consistent with SAE J1634 revision 2017-MCT. GM estimated range is based on a vehicle with a full charge. Actual range will vary based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, battery age, loading, use and how you use and maintain your vehicle. Performance targets. Estimates and capability specifications based on computer-aided analysis and simulation using virtual engineering tools. EPA estimates not yet available.