Honda Released Teaser Sketch of the Next-Generation Ridgeline, Promises to Launch within 2 Years
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|Press Release :||All-New Honda Ridgeline to be Available in Two Years|
The production of the Honda Ridgeline will end as soon as in the middle of next year, but this is just a temporary discontinuation of the vehicle as Honda today released a teaser sketch of the all-new next-generation Honda Ridgeline pickup truck and promised the next-generation Ridgeline will hit the dealers within two years, which will likely be a 2016 model year.
According to Honda, the all-new Ridgeline is presently designed and developed by Honda R&D Americas; and when it is ready to hit the market, it will play an important part in Honda’s future vehicles lineup as well as in Honda’s light trucks lineup specifically.
Not much can be seen from the teaser sketch, but the next-generation Honda Ridgeline appears to have a curved smooth-edged front fascia, a perpendicular C-pillar, and a truck bed of less than half the length of the vehicle.
Going into its last year of production, the 2014 Ridgeline lineup is added with a new top-of-the-line Special Edition model which is based on the RTL model with extra features such as exclusive 18-inch black-trimmed spokes wheels, leather interior, NAV system, rearview camera, and so on. [2014 Honda Ridgeline Special Edition]
All current Ridgeline models are powered by a V6 3.5L engine generating 250 horsepower and 247 lb-ft of torque. [2014 Honda Ridgeline Specs]