Honda is about to launch a new Ridgeline model, which will have a new appearance design, new functions and other designs.

The most attractive part of the truck’s redesign was the upper part of its front end, which featured a square design, a crossbar, a distinctive grille and a shiny or black chrome finish connecting the headlights. Also, the lower half has been redesigned, with 18-inch wheels wrapped around the season’s tires, and vents added to the side of the bumper.

The HPD package suite is available for all interiors. The suite includes a grille for shading, black fender horn lights, bronzed wheel hubs, and HPD graphics that highlight the bed walls.

The new model, which will have a 3.5-liter V-6 engine and a 9-speed automatic transmission, will provide plenty of power. Rtl-e and Black Edition variants are four-wheel drive.

The new model will also feature Honda Sensor technology, which features front-impact warning, lane keeping assistance, lane departure and adaptive cruise control.

The model is expected to arrive in the U.S. in early 2021 and start at more than $35,000.