Honda has announced that its upcoming 2024 Honda Prologue, the company’s first all-electric SUV, is expected to have an EPA-estimated range of 300 miles on a single charge. This impressive range is made possible by the Prologue’s 85kWh battery, which is the same size as the battery in the Chevy Blazer EV. Despite this similarity, the Prologue sets itself apart by offering wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto support, features that the Blazer EV lacks.
In addition to its impressive range, the Prologue also offers several charging package options for buyers, including public charging credits and home charging station incentives. The partnership between Honda and EVgo enables customers to easily locate chargers, check stall availability, and initiate a charge through the HondaLink app. Three charging package options are available, each offering different incentives and credits.
Honda plans to deliver the first Prologue EVs in early 2024, with prices starting in the upper $40,000s. The Prologue, built on GM’s platform, serves as a temporary solution for Honda’s electrification process, as the company plans to introduce 30 new EVs globally by 2030. This includes a larger SUV in 2025 that will run on Honda’s own e Architecture platform.