Honda has dispatched a teaser picture of the forthcoming 2024 Prologue electric SUV, the first battery-electric vehicle of the company to be put on sale in the country of the US. The organization also acclaimed its hybrid vehicles as a way to address questions that it has been steady to set up an EV strategy as contrasted to its opponents.
The Prologue would be the first of two vehicles that Honda is co-developing with General Motors, utilizing the Ultium battery packs of the US automakers. The other vehicle will bear the Acura nameplate and would also be produced jointly with GM; however, the organization hasn’t dispatched any latest details about it at this time. The Prologue, which would about to set on sale in the year 2024, also stamps the beginning of a wave of 30 hybrid, battery-electric, and power-cell vehicles that Honda claims it would dispatch by the year 2030.
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These EVs would be built on many of the varieties of EV architectures that Honda is manufacturing, some in association with General Motors. The Company Prologue and Acura EV would be built on the Ultium platform of the GM, which is also fueling the Detroit-based automaker’s Hummer EV pickup truck and Cadillac Lyriq SUV.
Other EVs of the Honda would be raised on the Honda E architecture, which the organization schemes to inaugurate in the year 2026. In the year 2027, Company is all set to devise a plan on rolling out a slate of “economical and affordable” EVs, having a compact SUV. Those vehicles would depend on the latest EV architecture it is co-building with GM.
As seen in the image of the teaser, the Prologue is applying some fine design signs from the well-loved Honda E city car. Honda is also focusing on the long wheelbase and short overhang of the vehicles. The company is also working on the length of the vehicle that enlarges beyond its wheelbase.