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Honda Prologue electrical SUV revealed | Autocar India

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The Honda Prologue would be the model’s first mainstream electrical SUV for international markets.

Honda has lastly launched the primary set of images of its all-new electrical SUV, the Prologue, which has been co-developed with Common Motors. This new SUV will first go on sale in North America someday in 2024.

  • Honda Prologue relies on the GM Ultium platform
  • Will get recent, simplified styling
  • Powertrain particulars not revealed but

Honda Prologue: what’s it?

The Prologue is constructed on GM’s Ultium platform that additionally underpins electrical SUVs just like the Cadillac Lyriq, the Chevrolet Blazer and the GMC Hummer. Honda calls the Prologue as a “neo rugged” SUV.

The Prologue has a wheelbase that is 203mm longer and 127mm wider than the new Honda CR-V. The SUV rides on 21-inch wheels, and the entrance finish is impressed by the Honda e electrical metropolis automotive because it options a big black bar. On the rear, the Honda emblem makes means for the complete model title, and in addition options the ‘e:’ collection badging. The Prologue will provide an unique paint end known as North Shore Pearl, which is impressed by “the pure magnificence and hues close to Lake Tahoe in California”. 

On the within, a 11-inch digital instrument show is joined by a 11.3-inch central touchscreen, and the inside colors draw inspiration from mountain snow. The Prologue will probably be a key mannequin within the US for Honda, because the nation will part out new diesel vehicles by 2025 adopted by new petrol vehicles by 2030.

Powertrain particulars have not been introduced but, however they may probably match these of the Blazer, which will get as much as 510km of vary and a most charging charge of as much as 190kW.

Honda’s SUV plan for India

Honda is readying an all-new SUV primarily based on the Metropolis sedan for the Indian market, which could possibly be revealed someday subsequent yr. The model at the moment doesn’t promote any SUV in India.

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