All-new Honda Ridgeline ready for Detroit debut

23 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

All-new Honda Ridgeline ready for Detroit debut.

Honda’s first dipping of the toe into the North American pickup truck pool came with the Ridgeline, which ended production in 2014 after a solid nine year run. After a short hiatus, the Honda Ridgeline pickup is prepping up for a comeback, as Honda Motor Co. stated on Friday that it is bringing Ridgeline back to the already crowded midsize truck segment.

Honda has declared that the new Ridgeline is going to turn a few heads, and has set the price of the new Acura NSX supercar at $156,000 once it hits dealerships in 2016. Ridgeline will be the fourth new or considerably reinvigorated light truck variant launched by Honda in the last one and half year, joining the refurbishef all-new HR-V sub-compact SUV, 2015 CR-V, and the third-generation Pilot midsize SUV. The new-fangled, upcoming Ridgeline was designed and developed at the company’s design studio which is situated in Torrance, California and at its development center in Raymond, Ohio. The multi-platform approach will enable Ridgeline to come out of the gate strong in 2016.” Official details of the vehicle are few and far between, but we know that the “multi-platform approach” refers to the truck’s shared architecture with the Pilot crossover. More info about the new mid-size truck are tipped to be unfurled at Honda’s NAIAS press conference, which is slated for 1:15 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 11.

NSX will come with a hybrid twin-turbocharged V-6 engine and electrical motors will certainly develop 573 horsepower. 500 horsepower will come from the 3.5-liter gas engine while the electrical motors will supply an additional 73 horse power. The upcoming Acura NSX is the first sports car the brand has made since the early 1990s, and it’s a very welcome update that has garnered a lot of attention. Even celebrities like Jerry Seinfeld and Jay Leno have declared they want to buy the new NSX, and Honda has announced they’ll be auctioning off the very first car made. The Japanese company will be having a very special, potentially perilous year as more and more luxury brands start to release hybrid and electric cars.

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