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Stepping into the new generation of pure electricHonda Prologue Electrified SUV revealed

●Honda cooperates with GM to develop

●The car length is 4877mm and the wheelbase is 3094mm

●11-inch digital instrument + 11.3-inch central touch information screen

●It is expected to be officially listed in 2024

After the confirmation of the car name in June last year and the announcement of the design sketch in May this year, the pure electric medium and large SUV "Prologue", which was jointly developed by Honda and GM, was finally officially unveiled on October 6. Now, although the detailed vehicle information has not yet been announced, only its exterior and interior design factory drawings have been released, and the launch date will not be until 2024, but the biggest significance of this preemptive unveiling is to announce to the global market that Honda It will officially enter a new pure electric generation.

This Prologue, the Honda brand's first pure electric recreational travel, was jointly developed by Honda and GM. The biggest goal is to attack the electric vehicle market in North America. It is built on the Ultium platform of GM, and the overall design is handed over to Honda's Design Studio design center in Los Angeles, USA, will take the lead. From the data point of view, Prologue's body length/width/height dimensions are 4877/1989/1643mm respectively, and the wheelbase reaches 3094mm. The product positioning and body class are set between the sixth-generation CR-V and the seven-seat Pilot, so It also means that Prologue will be able to provide a fairly generous cabin occupancy space performance.

The length/width/height and wheelbase of Prologue are 4877/1989/1643mm and 3094mm respectively, and the product class distance is positioned between the sixth-generation CR-V and the seven-seat Pilot.
Under the long wheelbase of 3094mm, it is expected that the Prologue will have a very spacious cabin carrying space.

Neo-Rugged New Generation Design Vocabulary

The appearance of Prologue is characterized by the design vocabulary Honda calls "Neo-Rugged", and this design factor rich in natural elements also makes the overall appearance of Prologue more concise and harmonious, especially the "Neo-Rugged" used in the body. The North Coast Pearl White" paint is inspired by the natural beauty and hues near Lake Tahoe, California, and even the visual effect of fresh snow falling on the mountains, was used to create a unique interior color tone, bringing a bright and textured cabin Ambience. In addition, in addition to the slender and stable horizontal LED taillights on the rear of the Prologue, the "HONDA" chrome lettering replaces the factory emblem configuration of the original H English letter. It is predicted that this may become the future Honda EV pure Common features of tram models.

Under the characterization of the new generation Neo-Rugged design vocabulary, the Prologue is given a very simple and neat front appearance.
The "North Coast Pearl White" special paint used on the body is inspired by the natural beauty and color of Lake Tahoe in California, which is quite fresh and beautiful.

Judging from the interior factory drawings, you can feel the design of the cabin's stable equipment, and the interface configuration of the 11-inch all-digital instrument and the 11.3-inch central touch information screen brings a sense of technology, but the bottom of the screen is The physical buttons and knobs of the air conditioning system are still retained to provide a more intuitive operating experience; as for other equipment specifications, they will continue to be announced in the future.

The sturdy and large interior layout design introduces an 11-inch full digital instrument and an 11.3-inch central touch information screen to create a technological feel.
In addition to the multi-function steering wheel with a new style, the central saddle is a gob-bridge design, allowing more practical storage space below.

In addition, in addition to revealing the mystery and interior design of Prologue, Honda also announced the development strategy of Honda's electrification, including the launch of Prologue in 2024, the launch of "Honda e:Architecture" models in 2026, and the launch of "Honda e:Architecture" in 2027. Launching affordable new electric vehicles jointly developed with GM, and launching 30 new electric vehicles globally by 2030, with the goal of selling 2 million vehicles worldwide, in order to achieve carbon neutrality for all its products by 2050 and global goals.


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