Honda Prologue EV

Co-Venture with General Motors
An all-new, all-electric SUV by Honda is slated to be named the Prologue and it's the first co-venture between Honda and General Motors. It will use GM's Ultium battery packs that are in use on the Chevy Blazer EV. Industry insiders say that the Prologue will also share other components from the Chevy Blazer EV, including everything from suspension and electric motors to the infotainment system. The new SUV will be larger than the Honda CR-V crossover featuring a sleek design, 21-inch wheels and a panoramic sunroof.


The Los Angeles-based designers of the Prologue call it "neo-rugged", with a no nonsense, squared off simple design in a package that Honda says will offer adventures "inside and outside the city limits." One look at early photos of the Prologue shows it squatting low and lean on the tarmac, making any true off-roading pretty much impossible. It's a city car that will make it to grandma's long as she lives on a paved street.
The Prologue is the first in a line of all-electric Hondas in joint development with GM that will include EV versions of the Civic, Accord, and CR-V.