Honda Prologue is a new electric SUVthat will be launched on the United States market in 2024. After providing some initial information on this model over the last few months, the Japanese automaker has officially debuted the new model, sharing many more details.
The SUV will be offered in the EX, Touring and Elite trim levelswith prices starting from around 40 thousand dollars (the official price list will be communicated when orders open, expected towards the end of the year).
The design is not certainly something new given that Honda already had revealed the final forms of this model. We remind you that Honda Prologue measures4.87m long x 1.99m wide x 1.64m high, with a wheelbase of 3.09m. The ability of the trunk is of 714 liters (1,634 liters when the rear seat backrests are folded down). For its new electric SUV, the Japanese manufacturer used the General Motors Ultium platform.
In fact, the Japanese car manufacturer, in the past, had entered into an agreement with the American one precisely to be able to exploit this platform to create two electric vehicles. The new SUV, depending on the version chosen, will be able to count on 19 or 21 inch rims.
Speaking of the interior, the wheelbase of approximately 3 m allows for plenty of space for passengers. There is also a lot of technology present. Behind the steering wheel we find an 11-inch panel for digital instruments. Centrally on the dashboard, however, is present the 11.3-inch touch display of the actual infotainment system equipped with the Android Automotive OS platform. This means that it will be It is possible to use applications such as Google Maps and have access to the Play Store.
Obviously, there is support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. A Head-Up Display is also offered in the top-of-the-range trim levels. There is no shortage of OTA updates either.
Speaking of powertrains, Honda Prologue will be offered both with a single engine and front-wheel drive and with a dual engine and all-wheel drive. For the moment, the Japanese manufacturer has limited to sharing some data from the dual engine version. This powertrain will be capable of delivering 215 kW/292 HP and 451 Nm of torque.
The SUV has an 85 kWh battery strong>. In the smaller version efficient, the one with the single engine and front-wheel drive, Honda estimates a range of about 300 miles (482 km) according to the EPA cycle. The accumulator is capable of recharging in direct current up to a maximum power of 155 kW.
On the safety front, the SUV is offered with the driving assistance systems of the Honda Sensing package.
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