Honda Reveals its First Electric SUV

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Honda Reveals its First Electric SUV

Electric cars are becoming more popular, and most car companies are starting to make them. They are improving, and one day, they might replace regular cars. It will take some time, but it's happening. Honda is also making electric cars, and they just released their first regular electric car, the Prologue.

Honda has just released their first electric SUV called the 2024 Honda Prologue, which they made together with GM. It can go about 300 miles on one charge and charges up quickly. It looks kind of rugged and fits in with Honda's other SUVs.

Inside, it has a fancy digital display and a big 11.3-inch touchscreen that works with Apple and Android phones. It also has safety features like Rear Cross Traffic Braking and Blind Zone Steering Assist to help you drive safely.

The Prologue SUV comes in two types: one where the front wheels power the car, and the other where all wheels help. There's also a Sport mode that makes it more fun to drive. But, it doesn't have the new charging plug yet. Honda says they will use the new standard plug like Tesla's, but not until 2025. So, this car won't have it when it comes out next year. Maybe the next year's model will be more interesting because of that.

You can buy this car next year, so watch for it in the next few months. We don't know the exact price, but it's likely going to be more than $40,000, so be prepared to spend a good amount of money.

Source: Honda

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