Will probably all depend on how much the 2022+ Passports have changed for what parts are compatible with previous models. My guess is the easy bolt on things like rims and skid plates would be available for a super high dealer premium as add-ons to other models, as there will be people that may want an Elite with skid plates, for example. Honda would be happy to tack on $1,800 worth of skid plates to someone’s $45k Passport I’m sure.
However, other things like the recovery points (depending on if they’re integrated to the bumper like the prototype ones they show, or suspension lift they alluded would be coming, I doubt they’d offer as aftermarket parts. Maybe, but just depends on how easy it is to bolt them on.
In most cases, getting aftermarket stuff is going to be insanely cheaper though, and often times better. Like if I ran the conversion right, the No-Lo Skid Plates are thicker than what Honda will be offering, and certainly will be cheaper than dealer MSRP. What I think the Trailsport could bring however that’s the most valuable, is the additional aftermarket market. Meaning if Honda offers a Trailsport and starts marketing it for off-roading, more folks will get into Off-roading, and more companies will start building parts for it. Perfect example: You can buy a hidden winch bumper for a Subaru Outback no problem, but for the Passport we’re out of luck. We might even see some nicer suspension lift kits get designed, with some Fox shocks or something, etc. I’m dreaming big at that point though for an AWD, but if Subaru can get it, why can’t we?