Honda doesn't make a full-size truck like the Big Three American manufacturers, but it did take a full-size side-by-side to the 2018 SEMA show. Starting with its Ridgeline pickup, Honda heavily modified the suspension and body to come up with what it describes as a cross between the truck and its Pioneer 1000 UTV. The doors and bed from the Pioneer 1000 are lifted straight from the assembly line, and a weatherproof interior with reclad seats from the Civic Type R is available for all four passengers. The styling looks like a bigger version of Honda's UTV, but while they didn't mention specifics, there's a good chance that the 3.5 liter V6 and drivetrain from the Ridgeline are used. Keeping in line with Honda's philosophy, this is probably the most practical Baja truck ever built.