New Honda Ridgeline Black Edition – MAD Industries Sport Truck 2018 – One of the rare car-based pickup trucks is nearly to arrive later major updates as 2020 Honda Ridgeline. This mid-size truck is upon the publicize past 2005, even if the current generation is present for virtually two years. It came in the manner of significant improvements, but there is more to come in about a year. It looks with we are going to a everlasting facelift, but several additional changes as well.
Besides further styling, the upcoming model is more or less getting a hybrid powertrain and most likely even a hi-performance version, below the Type R badge. Expect to see the other model in the second half of next year.
New Honda Ridgeline Black Edition – MAD Industries Sport Truck 2018
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Honda has amassed an impressive army of tuned models and concepts for next week’s 2016 SEMA show in Las Vegas, with the spotlight firmly placed on the tenth generation Civic compact.
Highlighting the compact model’s presence in Sin City, is the baddest one of them all, the new Honda Civic Type R prototype that has just been granted a US visa. Building on the new generation Civic hatch, it offers a preview of the next-year’s high-performance model, with little, if any changes expected on the production car.
Honda continues to keep its powertrain specs a secret, but word on the street has it that it will use an upgraded version of the 2.0-liter, turbo’d-four taken from the current model producing over 300 horses.
Joining it at the Las Vegas Convention Center from November 1 will be the 2017 Civic hatch, with a Euro-inspired styling fitted with the brand’s (tacky, if we’re to be honest…) Factory Performance accessory concepts that add custom accessories such as a decklid spoiler, new emblems, brake rotors and carpet floor mats, in addition to the 19-inch alloy wheels and red underbody spoilers.
Arriving at the SEMA Show straight from the 2016 Global Rallycross season finale, the GRC Civic Coupe Competitive Race car will join the 2016 Coupe Racing Concept, with a FIA-approved safety cage, that will compete in domestic and international endurance events, debuting on December 3-4, at the USAF 25 Hour of Thunderhill.
Honda’s extensive lineup will also include the SEGA Sonic Civic, which