Honda has been teasing the new 2016 Honda Ridgeline for a while, and now we have confirmation that Honda will reveal the new Ridgeline during the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. So while we sit back and wait for Honda to reveal the full car – let’s take a look at what we already know about the new 2016 Honda Ridgeline.

Let’s start off with the initial sketch that Honda released back in February of this year. Here we have a rear-three-quarter sketch – showing a longer wheelbase than the 2016 Honda Pilot.

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As the months pass we start to see more and more spy-shots as Honda completes their tow testing and begins real world testing on the Honda Ridgeline.

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Then we got our best look at the front end of the upcoming 2017 Honda Ridgeline. During the 2015 SEMA show Honda brought out their all-new Ridgeline Baja Race Truck which is based off the upcoming production Ridgeline. This gave us a great preview of the headlight and grill layout that the 2017 Ridgeline may have.

Ridgeline Baja Race Truck

Lastly, Honda leaves us with their final preview of the 2017 Ridgeline, giving us a much better look at the trucks rear end – showing off a traditional, block-shaped taillight.

Honda Ridgeline