Still, we can glean some info from Honda. It has already been said that steel skid plates (presumably front and rear) will be standard on top of the new wheel and tire setup. In addition to some protection, Honda will give the TrailSport a bit of a lift, as it has done with other TrailSport models.
You’ll also find front and rear recovery points, a full-size spare, and those AWD capabilities Honda keeps hinting at. For now, we’ll have to wait for more info. However, if you are at ACL this month, you can visit the Honda Watering Hole to be entered to win a new HR-V while you wait for a look at the TrailSport.