Everyone ready for their first look all-new Honda Prologue in Los Angeles got a very welcome surprise … the Honda Prelude concept. The company’s hybrid electric concept was a big hit at the Japan Mobility Show last month and now it’s at the LA Auto Show. Get the story at Headlight.News.
It’s been more than two decades since we last saw a new Honda Prelude roll into dealer showrooms. But while the automaker is officially calling the coupe debuting at the Japan Mobility Show a “concept,” there’s good reason to believe it’s a thinly disguised prototype, with a production Honda Prelude to follow in electrified form.
Just about 18 months after announcing a $5 billion partnership to develop affordable electric vehicles, General Motors and Honda ended the deal. Find out what changed to cause the split at Headlight.News.
Everything that’s old is new again. Ok, perhaps it’s a bit much. But in an era where automakers are rolling out new EV after new EV, Honda’s plans to bring back the Civic Hybrid, last produced in 2015, as a 2025 model does stand out. Get details at Headlight.News.
Honda’s making news with its first-ever all-electric model, the Prologue. The new model is set to arrive in the U.S. early next year with a 300-mile range. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.
The Japanese automaker is heading to the Japan Mobility Show next months with a slew of electrified concepts, but the one causing the big stir is one thought to be a potential replacement for the NSX discontinued last year. Headlight.News has the story.