Honda is rolling out a new off-street car powered by its latest turbochargers.
The first prototype will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show next month.
It’s called the CRF450T, a name that will be familiar to off-Road America readers who know how much we love that one.
The CRF500T, meanwhile, is similar to the CRFs from earlier in the lineup.
Honda’s first off-the-rack offering, the CRFC500, was a sporty sports car that sported a 1.5-liter V8 engine and was powered by a four-speed automatic transmission.
The CRF550 was the last off-board production model and was an off-ramp of the sporty CRF600.
While the CRFR450T and CRF400T share the same chassis, the model that will debut in Tokyo is the CRFB500T.
Its exterior looks very much like a roadster with the same front fascia and bumper, but the exterior also looks very sporty with a hood, grille, grilles, taillights, rear spoiler, and a big grille in the roofline.
On the inside, the rear end of the CRFF450T is sportier than the CRFA500T (which was a sports car), but the CRFT500T’s body panels are a little shorter.
Inside, the interior of the prototype is much like the CRFH500T that debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show in May.
Its cabin looks very similar to that of the other CRF250T, with the only difference being that the CRFD500T features a new, slightly smaller taillight.
The CRFF500T has a very similar roofline as the CRFI500T and the CRFS250T.
Honda will also be offering an off road version of the Honda CRF300T, but it will be based on a different design than the other models.
For 2017, Honda has added a new sporty option for off-roads enthusiasts, the Honda Off-Road Sports Coupe, which features a 5.7-liter turbocharged engine that can produce up to 315 horsepower and 360 pound-feet of torque.
The Coupe has a seating capacity of four adults and a four person payload capacity.
As for the production version of Honda’s off-bike off-racers, the first one will debut next month in Japan.
It will be powered by an all-new 3.7 liter turbocharged V8 with variable valve timing and a power delivery of 4.7 pounds per square inch (PSI).
The prototype will be available in five models.
Its name will be announced at a later date.
The Honda Offroad Sports Couple starts at ¥30,000 ($31,000) and comes with a three-year, 30,000-mile warranty.
It comes with four front and two rear seats, four USB ports, and an LED headlight.
Its interior is sporty, but there’s no seating capacity.
Its rear end is longer than the others.
Its styling is very similar, though, to the Honda HR-VX250.
It is available in four models.
The HR-400 and HR-500 are both 3.5 liter turbochargered V8s.
They have seating capacities of four and five adults, respectively.
The SR-500, a 3.3 liter turbo, is a four seat 4×4 SUV.
It has a three year, 30.000-kms warranty.
Its engine is a 5-liter inline four that has variable valve opening and variable valve stop.
It is also capable of producing up to 360 horsepower and 500 pound-forces of torque with a peak torque of 4,400 pounds.
While the Honda SR-400, a 4-seater SUV, is priced the same as the Honda RSR-400 SUV, the SR-50 will be a 5 seat, 2×4 sports SUV.
Its power is rated at up to 370 horsepower and 600 pound-force of torque, while it has a peak of 3,900 pounds of torque and a peak curb weight of 3.9 tons.
Its body is sported in a very low-slung design.
In addition to its sports cars, Honda is also offering a small sport utility vehicle that can be converted into a road car.
Honda says that the company has developed an offroad vehicle with the following features: Hensley-Honda suspension, a new front and rear suspension design for off road use.
A custom front axle design for all models.
Two different drivetrains for the off- road.
Three different drive modes for the road.
A new suspension control package that allows for the use of the front axle and the rear axle simultaneously