2024 Honda Prologue Comes Equipped with Apple CarPlay, Google built-in, & Android Auto™
The all-new 2024 Prologue SUV from Honda, their first volume EV, is set to redefine the driving experience with its advanced digital services and features. It takes innovation to the next level by being the first Honda SUV to integrate wireless Google1 built-in along with wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto™2 compatibility.
For a seamless on-the-go digital experience, the 2024 Honda Prologue comes standard with Google built-in, making it the first Honda SUV to offer this feature that originally debuted on the 2023 Honda Accord Touring hybrid. This integration includes popular apps such as Google Assistant and Google Maps, available for download through Google Play.
Enhanced to keep EV owners on their adventure, Google Maps offers optimized route planning for recharging, and finding charging stations along the way to minimize travel time. Google Maps can also estimate the charging time3 required to reach the destination and can initiate preconditioning of the EV battery when the destination is a DC Fast charging station. Battery preconditioning can reduce fast charge times, getting customers back on the road faster to continue their road adventure.
In addition to the embedded Google apps, a number of other intuitive technologies have been smartly integrated into Prologue’s tech-rich cabin as standard equipment, including an 11-inch digital driver instrumentation display, a large 11.3-inch center touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto™ compatibility and Honda’s first pocket type wireless smartphone charger. A 7×3-inch head-up display and a 12-speaker Bose premium audio system will be available. Honda Prologue will benefit from fast and secure Over the Air (OTA) software updates to key vehicle computer modules, enhancing functionality and capability. Honda will begin pre-sales for the Prologue this fall, ahead of a winter 2024 on-sale. Customers interested in the all-new Prologue can find more information by contacting Ed Voyles Honda.
1Google, Android, Android Auto, Google Maps and other marks are trademarks of Google LLC
2To wirelessly use Android Auto on your car display, you need a compatible Android smartphone with an active data plan. You can check which smartphones are compatible at g.co/androidauto/requirements.
3Estimated charging time based on available public information about charging station capability along selected route.