Honda CEO Toshihiro Mibe personally unveiled the Prelude concept - Honda's first true sports EV. Mibe called it the specialty sports model, the concept embodies the "joy of driving" and "Honda's unalterable sports mindset".
Mibe continued to describe Prelude as an “introductory or preceding performance.” and said the EV will "offer (an) exhilarating experience that makes you want to keep going forever and extraordinary excitement you never felt before."
Honda is "diligently progressing with (the) development" of the Prelude so it should eventually arrive as a full-fledged electric sports coupe.
For those that aren't familiar with the Honda Prelude (really?) - it first launched on the Japanese market in 1979. It's since had five generations - all front-wheel-driven two-door coupes. The Prelude's claim to fame was four-wheel-steering, making the car much more responsive and stable when cornering. While the Nissan R31 Skyline was the first car with four-wheel-steering in 1985, it was only on sale in Japan, while the third generation Honda Prelude was the first mass-market car to premiere four-wheel-steering in 1987.
The third, fourth and final fifth generation Honda Prelude, source: Wikipedia