The first models with the TrailSport treatment have a robust front and rear design, hard-wearing panels and exclusive interior elements, including contrasting orange-colored seams and characteristic all-weather mats that are easier to clean. With Honda’s best-in-class i-VTM4 ™ all-wheel drive system with torque vectoring, you’ll want to be on the dirty trails without sacrificing comfort or the best-in-class on-road dynamics of the brand’s light trucks.
In the next model years and depending on the model, TrailSport’s off-road capabilities will be enhanced with upgrades such as more aggressive tires, full-fledged replacement tires, increased ground clearance, off-road suspension, underbody protection and expanded all-wheel drive system capabilities.
“TrailSport represents the next chapter in our rugged direction and will bring our existing lightweight trucks an exclusive design that appeals to buyers looking for adventure,” said Dave Gardner, Executive Vice President of National Operations at American Honda. “Our US engineering team has drawn on more than 20 years of experience developing high-performance light trucks to create this new line of adventure-ready vehicles.”
The design of the new TrailSport logo expresses enthusiasm for outdoor adventure and is inspired by the beauty of nature and the spirit of discovery. TrailSport will build on Honda’s more than 50-year heritage of extreme off-road engineering and performance that includes its motorcycles, ATVs, side-by-side and light trucks.
Honda offers a full line of clean, safe, fun and connected vehicles sold through 1,000+ independent US Honda dealers. According to the latest data from the US Environmental Protection Agency, Honda has the highest average fuel consumption and the lowest CO2 emissions of any major automaker in the US. The Honda product range includes the Civic, Insight, Accord and Clarity series as well as the HR-V, CR-V, Passport and Pilot sport utility vehicles, the Ridgeline pickup and the Odyssey minivan. Honda’s range of electrified vehicles includes the Accord Hybrid, CR-V Hybrid, Insight hybrid electric sedan and the Clarity series.
Honda has been manufacturing automobiles in America for 38 years and currently operates 18 major manufacturing facilities in North America. In 2020, more than 95 percent of all Honda vehicles sold in the US were in North America, with domestic and globally sourced parts.
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1 The application of future upgrades depends on the model.
SOURCE American Honda Motor Co., Inc.