SEMA is the annual gathering in Las Vegas for the Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association, or basically where you find all the companies selling all the parts to customize your car or truck. Every year, SEMA is famous for having hundreds of highly customized vehicles that companies use to showcase their products.
This year, I was looking forward to seeing new directions with the 2017 Honda Ridgeline and found four different models on display. Honda's own official booth had three customized Ridgelines and here's their press release about it. Two are 4x4/pre-runner vehicles showcasing custom 18" wheels with bigger tires and front-end leveling kits for a slightly lifted look. The third looks to be slightly lowered on 22" wheels, and all three showcase custom motorcycles in the bed. Here they are below.
Overall, some nice custom paint, custom wheels, and different treatments to parts I've never seen before (like the red grill on the black lowered truck). Since the Ridgeline is so new, there aren't a lot of examples out of there of people doing much with them yet, so it's good to see the first SEMA for the new model showcase a few different directions.
It looks like JSport is showing off their pre-runner kit at SEMA as well.
Someone put them into a YouTube video here too: