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American Honda Motor Co., Inc., has announce the Honda Personal-Neo Urban Transport (P-NUT) design study model demonstrates a futuristic concept for an ultra-compact and sophisticated city coupe at the 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show. Conceived around a small “footprint” for maximum convenience in tight urban settings, the packaging concept integrates a center driving position configuration and a rear powertrain layout. The exterior styling leverages crisp angles with dynamic flowing lines that originate from the front of the vehicle and span outward toward the rear
Honda Ridgeline takes on a bolder look and feel with new exterior and interior styling along with a more powerful engine. A trailer hitch becomes standard on every model, and newly-introduced premium features include Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® and a rearview backup camera on Honda Ridgeline RTL models equipped with the available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System. The Honda Ridgeline continues to be the only pickup truck available with a spacious In-Bed Trunk™ that provides hidden, dry and secure storage capable of swallowing luggage, tool boxes and coolers
Updated for 2009 with a total of 50 significant changes and new features, the Honda Ridgeline takes on a bolder look and feel with new exterior and interior styling along with a more powerful engine. A trailer hitch becomes standard on every model, and newly-introduced premium features include Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® and a rearview backup camera on Honda Ridgeline RTL models equipped with the available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System. The Honda Ridgeline continues to be the only pickup truck available with a spacious In-Bed Trunk™ that provides hidden, dry and secure storage capable of swallowing luggage, tool boxes and coolers
The Honda P-NUT Concept (Personal-Neo Urban Transport) demonstrates a futuristic concept for an ultra-compact and sophisticated city coupe, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., announced at the 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show. Conceived around a small "footprint" for maximum convenience in tight urban settings, the packaging concept integrates a center driving position configuration and a rear powertrain layout. The exterior styling leverages crisp angles with dynamic flowing lines that originate from the front of the vehicle and span outward toward the rear
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The Honda Ridgeline is a pickup truck, sharing its unibody chassis with the Acura MDX and Honda Odyssey. It is powered by a J35A91 3.5 L V6 with a 5-speed automatic transmission and all wheel drive. The Ridgeline is built in Alliston, Ontario, Canada alongside the Honda Pilot and MDX. It is noted espcially for its use of a unibody frame: unusual in pickup trucks, as well as "car-like" features such as a large "trunk" below the truck bed. The bed is integrated with the body, similar to the Chevrolet Avalanche
The Honda REMIX small sport concept vehicle made its world debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., announced today. The REMIX explores the shape and design of a two-seat sports car focused on agile and fun-to-drive performance that can also provide exceptional practicality as a daily driver. Sports car in shape and design, the low-slung REMIX features a wrap-around canopy that adds a fighter jet-feel to the driving experience. The aluminum-color exterior accentuates every line and curve in the geometric, yet fluid styling
The Honda Ridgeline is a pickup truck, sharing its unibody chassis with the Acura MDX and Honda Odyssey. It is powered by a J35A91 3.5 L V6 with a 5-speed automatic transmission and all wheel drive. The Ridgeline is built in Alliston, Ontario, Canada alongside the Honda Pilot and MDX. It is noted espcially for its use of a unibody frame: unusual in pickup trucks, as well as "car-like" features such as a large "trunk" below the truck bed. The bed is integrated with the body, similar to the Chevrolet Avalanche
The Chevrolet Cheyenne was a concept truck created by the General Motors marque Chevrolet. It was first introduced at the 2003 North American International Auto Show. The Cheyenne had innovative technology not used in any production car yet, such as its side access doors and unique cargo bed. The Cheyenne's cargo bed had many storage drawers, very similar to the Honda Ridgeline's bed. The Cheyenne also featured side access doors that were used to load and unload cargo from either side of the Cheyenne