The 2024 Honda Prologue has a 121.8-inch wheelbase and is 8-inches longer and about 5-inches broader than the brand’s popular CR-V crossover. It’ll be similar in size and intent to the Honda Passport, with generous room for five adults and cargo. Wearing an exclusive North Shore Pearl paint — which Honda said was inspired by the natural colors of Lake Tahoe in California — the new Prologue will get a panoramic roof and 21-inch wheels.
The quirkiest part of the Prologue’s design idiom is in the back. Instead of having the familiar H-badge, it has a stylized Honda typeface exclusive to the Prologue, with upper case H and lower case letters. Meanwhile, the interior loads up on tech features like an 11-inch digital instrument cluster, an 11.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, and a three-spoke tiller with integrated control buttons.
Honda adds the Prologue will get an available all-wheel drivetrain courtesy of GM’s Ultium architecture. The automaker is not yet ready to discuss specifics like motor output and battery capacity. Still, we reckon single and dual electric motors and a modest battery are part of the plan, with a range of about 250 to 270 miles on a single full charge seeming likely.