Honda, a Ford competitor, announced a $40 billion electric vehicle strategy for 2022.

The only hidden feature on this Honda Prologue is the Honda emblem on the grille, which suggests that it is almost production-ready.

very indicative of what will make it into the final iteration of the car that leaves the production line.

The Honda Prologue has a somewhat fascinating past, though.

The Cadillac Lyriq and Chevrolet Blazer EV are supported by GM's BEV3 platform, which is used by this vehicle as well.

The Prologue's foundation, however, is more directly related to that of the latter.

It will probably have either a FWD or an AWD layout, and GM Ultium motors will provide the engine power.

Offering a Ford Mustang Mach-E competitor in the EV crossover market might be advantageous for Honda.