Honda has announced plans to end production of the Ridgeline in mid-2014. It will eventually be replaced by an all-new model that will be launched within two years.

Honda has announced plans to end production of the Ridgeline in mid-2014.

Despite going on a hiatus, an all-new Ridgeline will be introduced "within two years." The company declined to release details but confirmed the model will be designed and developed in the United States.

Honda also released a teaser image that shows the truck will have an aerodynamic design with a rounded front fascia and a steeply raked windscreen. We can also see a more conventional bed and an upright C-pillar.

According to Michael Accavitti, senior vice president of automobile operations at American Honda Motor Company, "The next generation Ridgeline will build on Honda's role in creating new value with a new take on advancing form and function in the truck segment." He added, "With a clear path forward, Ridgeline will play an even more important role in our future product portfolio and strengthen an already class-leading lineup of light trucks."

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