2024 Honda Prologue Specs: Range, Battery Size, Prices, Charging Speed

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Get ready to be electrified by the future of Honda with the 2024 Honda Prologue, the brand’s exciting entry into the electric vehicle arena!

🔌 The 2024 Honda Prologue is more than just a car; it’s a bold statement of Honda’s commitment to sustainable and eco-friendly mobility. This all-electric SUV promises to combine the renowned reliability and innovation of Honda with the clean, efficient power of electric propulsion.

🌿 With a sleek and modern design, the Prologue is set to turn heads and redefine what an electric SUV can be. It’s not just about zero emissions; it’s about a dynamic driving experience and cutting-edge technology.

🚀 While specific details are still emerging, Honda is teasing us with the promise of impressive range, rapid charging, and advanced safety features. Whether you’re a long-time Honda enthusiast or a newcomer to the brand, the Prologue is sure to pique your interest.

📱 Stay tuned for more updates as we get closer to the Prologue’s launch in 2024. Honda is taking a big step into the electric future, and we’re here to keep you informed every step of the way!

2024 Honda Prologue Full Specification:

Year: 2024

Make: Honda

Model: Honda Prologue

Body Style: SUV

Total power hp: 288 hp

Mileage Per Charge: 300 miles

Nominal Capacity Battery: 85 kWh

Useable Capacity Bettery: 85 kWh

Drive Type: 4WD

 

Real Mileage per Charge: 

Summer Weather City (30 – 45 mph): 360 miles

Summer Weather Highway (70 mph): 290 miles

Summer Weather Combined: 310 miles

Winter Weather City (30 – 45 mph): 310 miles

Winter Weather Highway (70 mph): 220 miles

Winter Weather Combined: 240 miles

 

Charging Speed: 

Fast Charging Power: 155 kW

Fast Charging Speed: 300 mph

Home Charging Power: 11 kW

Home Charging Speed: 25 mph

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*Cold weather: 14 °F and use of heating. Mild weather: 73 °F and no use of A/C. ‘Highway’ figures a constant speed of 70 mph is assumed. ‘City’ figures a constant speed of 30 mph is assumed.