This Is the Baddest-Ass Honda Ridgeline in History

This Is the Baddest-Ass Honda Ridgeline in History

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The Honda Ridgeline is a practical, brilliantly engineered utility vehicle, chock full of convenience features and as capable as nearly any pickup truck driver would ever need it to be.But you'd never call it badass, at least not in stock form. That's why Honda set out to change that image with this, the Rugged Open Air Vehicle concept. It's part Ridgeline, part side-by-side, and 100-percent awesome. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Honda This SEMA show rig started out as a current-generation Ridgeline. The body was hacked apart, the suspension was raised, and modified bodywork from a Honda Pioneer 1000 side-by-side utility vehicle was slapped on top. The result is an open-air four-seat pickup that's ready to blast the desert, go rock climbing, or do anything you'd ask of a side-by-side off-roader. .


Just, one with a 280-horsepower, 262 lb-ft V6 engine. Honda Inside, you'll find the steering wheel from a Pioneer 1000 slapped onto the modified dashboard of a Ridgeline. Four Civic Type R seats, re-skinned in the waterproof upholstery used in the Pioneer 1000, make sure you and your friends can all enjoy the off-roading together. Honda Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Honda hasn't mentioned any plans to bring the Rugged Open Air Vehicle to production, and frankly, we're not holding our breath. This is exactly the type of concept that gets a big response at SEMA, in part because of how out-there awesome it is. .

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