This will be our first look at the styling direction of the new 2017 Ridgeline, which is expected to make its official debut sometime in early 2016. Honda also announced that the Ridgeline Desert Racer isn’t just for show; the brand plans to re-enter off-road racing with a Honda Performance Development (HPD) factory team.
Alongside the new truck, Honda will also be showing off four HR-V crossovers, each one built by a different U.S.-based tuner. A range of accessories for the new 2016 Honda Civic Sedan and Pilot SUV will also be on display.
For more info on Honda’s SEMA showcase, check back to AutoGuide.com next week for live show coverage.