2017 Honda Ridgeline News and Rumors
Each year the SEMA Show in Las Vegas gives us all a highly-anticipated glimpse at what the next year holds in store for the automotive world and this year is no different. This year, Honda will be at the forefront of the discussion with new 2017 Honda Ridgeline news and rumors alongside news about the 2016 Honda CR-Z sport hybrid and the new Honda HR-V Tuner Project. With all of this to look forward to on November 3, we are taking a look at some of the latest tidbits that we have found out about these new Honda models.
2017 Honda Ridgeline Desert Race Truck Concept and Rumors
Honda fans can look forward to finally finding out a bit more about the 2017 Honda Ridgeline at the SEMA Show. The Honda Ridgeline Desert Race Truck Concept is expected to make its debut at the show and is meant to revitalize the Honda Performance Development off-road racing division with an aggressive racing profile and off-road features.
Additional rumors about the 2017 Honda Ridgeline point to a new design that features an angled hood and chrome three-bar grille that is reminiscent of the 2016 Honda Pilot. A vertically split tailgate is also mentioned in news, adding utility to the new Honda pickup truck. The new Honda Ridgeline is also expected to share the Pilot’s 280-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6 powertrain.
Refreshed 2016 Honda CR-Z News and Rumors
Sporty and efficient, the 2016 Honda CR-Z sport hybrid is a highly anticipated model for the upcoming year. Combining track-tuned performance and hybrid efficiency, the Honda CR-Z is a blast and due for a refresh. News and rumors point to a more aggressive exterior design and more impressive interior. The latest HondaLink technology and touchscreen interface are expected to be present in the new 2016 Honda CR-Z as well.
Honda HR-V Tuner Project
Though not a lot of information has been released about the new Honda HR-V Tuner Project what we have heard points to countless driving thrills. A call for a performance-tuned compact crossover has gone out and it seems that Honda will answer. With an athletic, coupe-like design already in place, the 2016 Honda HR-V is tailor-made for a performance edition. The Honda HR-V Tuner Project points to Honda engineers teaming up with U.S.-based automotive performance companies to create a souped-up Honda HR-V.
While the 2017 Honda Ridgeline news and rumors are drawing a lot of interest, we can’t wait for the SEMA Show to see what else Honda brings to the table. If the rumors of the Honda HR-V Tuner Project and 2016 Honda CR-Z are true, there is a lot to look forward to. Keep an eye on the official Allan Nott Blog for more information on the Honda and Toyota brands and what they each have to offer.