Honda plans to release a mid-to-large electric vehicle (EV) in 2025. The statement was made by the company’s senior leadership during a significant presentation concerning its financial future. According to them, technology and electrification would be the company’s top priorities.
According to Honda executives, the business is developing an e: Architecture-based vehicle operating system for the forthcoming EV. At present little is known about this method.
In-house software development, sophisticated driving assistance, and linked car technologies are all being worked on by the firm. It is recruiting twice as many employees as it had intended in order to go forward in its new course. For this reason, the carmaker will also recruit a Global User Experience Officer.
Which SUV is Honda Talking About?
Honda has introduced the upcoming Prologue, a mid-size all-electric SUV. Its understated design has a long wheelbase, minimal overhangs, and huge wheels. The inside is similar to that of other recent Hondas, having a simple and easy arrangement.
A high bonnet, sleek headlights, and a big front bumper distinguish the front. It features black cladding along the bottom and a prominent shoulder line on the side. Like most current Honda SUVs, the rear activities a traditional tailgate design, simple yet stylish taillights, and a forward-raked rear windscreen.
In terms of size, the Prologue falls between the Honda CR-V (C-Segment) and the Pilot (D-Segment). Given Honda’s recent description and ambitions, the firm appears to be preparing to introduce the Prologue.