Honda Teases the ‘Neo-Rugged’ Prologue, Its First-Ever Fully Electric SUV

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With so many fully-electric SUVs hitting the streets, it was only a matter of time until a manufacturer as familiar as Honda put forth its first take on one. Well, today the Japanese marque unveiled the Prologue, a mid-size EV SUV expected to go on sale within the next two years.

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Honda claims that the forthcoming battery-powered model “heralds a new era of electrified Honda vehicles,” leaving us with room to anticipate what’s to come from the multinational automaker. As far as looks are concerned, Honda’s “Neo-Rugged” design language is showcased through features like a panoramic roof, a sleek, rounded finish, and towering 21-inch wheels.

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Speaking of the Prologue’s bottom half, it boasts a nearly 122-inch wheelbase, measuring over 5-inches longer and wider than the 2023 CRV. As we move inward, the Prologue is remarkably spacious and tech-forward, offering over 100 cubic feet of room within the cabin, an 11-inch digital dashboard, and a slightly larger center console. The pictures that Honda released shows off the North Pearl Shore color, which takes its inspiration from the natural beauty of Lake Tahoe.

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Outside of its design and a slight peek at its interior, Honda has kept any other information regarding its first-ever EV SUV under wraps. As we mentioned earlier, though, the AWD-capable model is expected to arrive in 2024. Sign up for future updates regarding the Prologue on its website.