watermark logo

WOW AMAZING!!!! 2024 Honda Prologue Review Interior & Exterior

5 Views
Above All That Drama

WOW AMAZING!!!! 2024 Honda Prologue Review Interior & Exterior - Thanks to a new partnership with General Motors, Honda will unveil an electric vehicle called Prologue for the 2024 model year. Honda hasn't released much info on the vehicle yet but we expect the Prologue to take the form of a compact or mid-size SUV. It will use the same Ultium battery packs as future GM EVs, including the Cadillac Lyriq and GMC Hummer EV. If the Prologue incorporates the same 100-kWh battery as the Lyriq, expect a driving range of around 300 miles per charge. Although the platform and powertrains will be engineered by GM, Honda will be responsible for the Prologue's body and interior; the Acura luxury brand is also expected to offer a version of the Prologue, but we haven't heard specifics yet.The Prologue is on track for a 2024 on-sale date, so we expect to learn more about the new model closer to its debut, which should happen in late 2023.Honda hasn't released information about the Prologue's pricing or trim levels yet, but we expect the new model to start around $45,000 and go up from there. Honda's traditional LX, EX, EX-L, and Touring trim levels are likely to make an appearance here, but we won't know which one will represent the best value until those details are released.The company says it chose the name Prologue to indicate that it is the first of many upcoming electric vehicles. The Acura luxury brand will also add a version of this EV in 2024, but that model's name hasn't yet been announced. Honda has said it plans to have EVs and fuel-cell vehicles make up 40 percent of its new-vehicle sales by 2030, 80 percent by 2035, and 100 percent by 2040.
Honda's new EV model will be called the Prologue.
It will use GM's Ultium battery packs and will also spawn an Acura version.
The 2024 Prologue will arrive in calendar-year 2024.
We now have a name for the new Honda EV that will arrive a few years from now: Prologue. Set to go on sale in calendar-year 2024, the 2024 Honda Prologue will be the first result of a partnership between Honda and General Motors on EV powertrains. It will use the same Ultium battery packs found in upcoming GM electric vehicles such as the GMC Hummer EV and the Cadillac Lyriq.
We think the name is a bit ironic given how the Prologue's arrival is still several years away; Ford and Volkswagen already have new dedicated EV crossovers on sale today in the Mach-E and ID.4, and many more models such as the Nissan Ariya, Hyundai Ioniq 5, and Kia EV6 are scheduled to arrive in the U.S. soon.

sumber info : https://www.caranddriver.com/n....ews/a36803087/2024-h
=============================================================
Hallo Bro Welcome To AMAZING CAR NEWS,This Channel Discuss About Used Car Price Information And All New Cars Price, News, Rumors, Concept Release Date And Interior&Exterior First Look

All scene of this video form creative common ( CC) Youtube licence. And, it is fair use

-copyright Disclaimer-
Title 17, US Code ( Sections 107-118 of the copyright law, Act 1976):
All Media in this video is used for purpose of
Review & commentary under terms of fair use.
All Footage , & images used belong to their respective companies
Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing

Most of this video is taken from creative common licensed youtube videos

Some of the footages used in this channel do not belong to us, the copyright belong to respective footage owner mentioned in the lower left of the video. We attempt to produce videos according to fair use regulation ( section 107 Copyright Act 1976 ) for news, education, and commentary purposes
source video material : https://www.caranddriver.com/n....ews/a36803087/2024-h
Video Link : https://youtu.be/Jjd1knf-Bm0
Please Subscribe my channel : https://www.youtube.com/channe....l/UC9CZh2mTDZbWZQyfl
Music by : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_Ye...​

PLEASE LIKE, COMENT AND SUBSCRIBE THIS CHANNEL.

Show more


0 Comments Sort By

No comments found