The popular CR-V crossover from the manufacturer is 8 inches longer and nearly 5 inches wider than the 2024 Honda Prologue, which has a wheelbase of 121.8 inches. With plenty of space for five persons and cargo, it will be similar to the Honda Passport in terms of size and purpose. The redesigned Prologue will have a panoramic roof and 21-inch wheels. It will be painted in a distinctive North Shore Pearl paint that Honda claims was inspired by the natural colors of Lake Tahoe in California.
The Prologue’s design idiom is at its silliest towards the back. It has a stylized Honda typeface unique to the Prologue instead of the traditional H-badge, with upper case H and lower case characters. An 11.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, an 11-inch digital instrument cluster, and a three-spoke tiller with built-in control buttons are just a few of the high-tech goodies found within.
The Ultium architecture from GM will allow the Prologue to have an optional all-wheel drivetrain, according to Honda. The company is not yet prepared to talk in detail about details like motor output and battery capacity. A range of roughly 250 to 270 miles on a single full charge seems feasible, but we still believe single and dual electric motors as well as a modest battery are part of the idea.