Honda's First Electric Crossover Is Unveiled: It Will Be A "Green" Alternative To The CR-V

NK October 10 2022


Official photos and videos of the Honda Prologue are published. The first electric crossover of the Japanese brand will go on sale only in 2024, but it has been decided to show it now. The electric car is developed together with General Motors. 

The new Honda Prologue features a restrained, concise design with a slightly sloping roof and curved window line. The slanted headlights are in the signature style of the Japanese brand and resemble the optics of the Honda CR-V 2023.



Honda's electric crossover is being developed with General Motors and uses the GM Ultium platform like the Cadillac Lyriq and Chevrolet Equinox. In terms of dimensions, the car is somewhat more significant than the CR-V, and the large wheelbase makes it more spacious than its gasoline-powered counterpart.

Just look at the dimensions of the 2024 Honda Prologue:

  • Length - 4877 mm (192 in.)
  • Width - 1989 mm (78 in.)
  • Height - 1643 mm (64,6 in.)
  • Wheelbase - 3094 mm. (121,8 in.)

In the cabin, some of the switches are borrowed from the Civic and CR-V models. The Honda electric car has a virtual dashboard and an 11.3-inch touchscreen display.



The specifications of the Honda Prologue will be known closer to the date of presentation of the model. It is announced only that front- and all-wheel drive versions will be offered. However, it is known that the comparable to Prologue electric crossover Chevrolet Blazer, built on the same platform, offered in versions with up to 557 hp and can travel up to 515 km without recharging.