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Honda launches Prologue for 2024. It should be mid-size and all-electric. The introduction won’t become Honda’s first electric car in America; That honor goes back to the 89-mile EV Clarity EV sedan. But the Prologue will be Honda’s first complete all-around offering on the market.

And whether you’re looking for a powertrain, market positioning or manufacturing, the Prologue will be unlike any other Honda on the road. Here’s what we know so far.

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Honda Prologue will be a GMO product under the skin

Prologue emerged from a partnership between General Motors and Honda to use their Ultium platform for a pair of SUVs; Prologue will get a more attractive Acura version. General Motors will build the car on one of its North American assembly lines.

Expect the Prologue to be about the same size as the Chevy Blazer EV—and since this deal is about cost- and time-cutting Honda—it’s very similar under the hood.

We don’t know if the introduction will get her All Blazer variants; You can get the Blazer EV in front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. And we bet if Honda uses a high-performance SS powertrain, it ends up in an Acura version.

We pretty much know what the intro would look like

Honda hasn’t kept the appearance of the introduction top-secret. They have released design drawings and a preview video with a detailed clay model. Outlets spied on Prologue prototypes for testing in the wild.

Big takeaway? The Prologue should incorporate some Honda E design language but with (what Honda calls it) a more rugged look. The front and rear panels and fascia should be different from the Blazer EV, even if the cars are similar in size and proportion.

Don’t expect Prologue to have those fancy, massive frames in its design scheme. Prototypes look more traditional.

The front should be more expensive than a typical Honda car

Honda arrives a little late to the EV party

Prologue will enter a crowded market by 2024. This will be followed by the debut of competitors such as Toyota, Subaru, Nissan, Volkswagen and Ford, who deliver the first electric crossovers. It’ll arrive the same year we get things like electric Dodge muscle cars and Jeep Wrangler EVs. And it will take longer before the American market gets electric cars designed by Honda.

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