2024 Honda Prologue – Honda expects that fuel cell and battery-electric vehicles will account for 40% of its North American annual sales by 2030. This percentage will then double by 2035 before the company switches to zero-emission by the end of the decade. It has teamed up with General Motors to use its Ultium platform, batteries, and launch a series that will eliminate the combustion engine.
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This news comes just a few days following Honda’s announcement that it would discontinue production of its Clarity Fuel Cell sedan and Plug-in Hybrid. The Japanese automaker is also working on its own EV platform. It will be available in the second half of the decade, beyond its partnership with GM. It is known as “e: Architecture”, and will be introduced to other markets in North America.
According to Dave Gardner (executive vice president of American Honda), the electric SUV is being teased. It will offer the same “excellent functionality” and packaging that Honda has come to expect. It “signals the part it will play in our zero-emission future,” he said.
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Automotive News published a report at the start of the year that claimed Honda’s electric SUV would be smaller than Acura. However, nothing is confirmed at this time. Rumors also claim that the Honda version could have been assembled in Ramos Arizpe in Mexico, while the Acura model is made in Spring Hill in Tennessee.