Honda has announced its line-up for the 2015 SEMA Show. It will be bringing in several concepts, race bikes and other products to the event that will be held from November 3-6.
The Japanese automaker will debut the Ridgeline Desert Race Truck concept at the SEMA Show this year. This truck is special in the sense that it marks Honda’s foray in to factory off-road racing through Honda Performance Development (HPD). Moreover, the racing truck concept will also give an idea of what the highly-anticipated second generation 2017 Honda Ridgeline pickup will look like. The sketch that is pictured here is of the production version and was first revealed at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show in February. As indicated by these spy shots, the design of the 2017 Honda Ridgeline is expected to be inspired by the third generation 2016 Honda Pilot.
Some other noteworthy exhibits are four Honda HR-V project vehicles that have been created in partnership with US-based automotive tuners, facelifted 2016 Honda CR-Z sport hybrid coupe (making its North American debut) and accessorized versions of the 2016 Honda Civic sedan and 2016 Honda Pilot. Filling up the stall space further, will be the performance products from Honda Powersports and HPD. These will be the Pioneer 1000 in desert race livery, race replica of the MotoGP RC213V-S and the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing IndyCar.