The SEMA news continues to flood in as Honda has announced plans to introduce a variety of concepts at the annual event.

The SEMA news continues to flood in as Honda has announced plans to introduce a variety of concepts at the annual event.

Despite not releasing any pictures, the company is promising to show a "full portfolio of performance products."  This will include four HR-V project vehicles and an all-new Ridgeline Desert Race Truck concept.  The latter marks the company's return to factory off-road racing and will provide a "first look" at the styling direction of the 2017 Ridgeline.

Honda will also use the show to introduce "accessorized" versions of the 2016 Civic Sedan and Pilot.  The company will also display the 2016 CR-Z, a RC213V-S and a Pioneer 1000 Side-by-Side with a desert race livery.

Note: 2017 Honda Ridgeline teaser image pictured

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Honda Ridgeline Desert Race Truck concept headed for SEMA