Honda turns Ridgeline pickup into an “expeditionary”

Honda turns Ridgeline pickup into an “expeditionary”

October 26, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

On the SEMA show, the “expeditionary” version of the Honda Ridgeline pickup truck debuts. The machine, built in conjunction with the firm Jsport Performance Accessories, will demonstrate a new line of equipment and accessories, which, according to the idea of ​​the project authors, should turn a pick-up truck into a traveling car.

Honda Ridgeline will be equipped with bottom and sill protection, off-road wheels and a suspension lift kit. In addition, the steps will be installed on the pickup, special cargo securing systems on the roof and trunk, and a gasoline generator. It can be used to power electrical appliances or gadgets.

Also on the Honda booth will be exhibited racing Civic Type R TCR, car for the American F3 championship, the Pilot crossover, prepared for the Rebelle women’s rally, and a concept car that the manufacturer calls the Honda Rugged Open Air Vehicle Concept.