Honda Ridgeline Desert Race Truck Concept Debuts at SEMA
Honda Ridgeline was previewed in the beginning of this year at the Chicago Auto Show. Now, it is time for the loved Japanese brand to debut another concept vehicle based on the Ridgeline, precisely - Honda Ridgeline Desert Race Truck Concept, which will make a first appearance at SEMA. Note that the sketch featured in the article displays the previews in Chicago, but the good news is that the new ‘Desert' pickup is debuting next year.
What do we know about the Ridgeline Desert Race Truck? First, it is obvious that it will offer additional styling direction of the anticipated Ridgeline pickup. Secondly, the "racing Ridgeline" also marks company's re-entry into Honda Performance Development (HPD)-powered factory off-road racing.
HR-Vs and CR-Z
In addition, SEMA visitors will also see HR-V project vehicles, which will bring excitement through extreme performance and individuality. The HR-Vs were built in collaboration with several tuning houses.
Next to them, the 2016 Honda CR-Z sport hybrid coupe is going to make first appearance in North American. It will show its aggressive new exterior styling and significantly improved interior. Accessorized versions of the 2016 Honda Civic Sedan and 2016 Honda Pilot will also have a place at the show.
Honda Powersports and HPD
The real action will happen on Honda Powersports hits show floor, where guests of the show will enjoy viewing the Moto GP Race Replica RC213V-S, Pioneer 1000 and more. At last, Honda will once again host the Honda Soiree at Hakkasan Nightclub at the MGM Grand.