It has been 60 years since Honda was first introduced to the American automotive market, which is cause to celebrate – and the Japanese carmaker is doing so in a big way. During this year’s SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Honda presented a lineup of vehicles that highlighted the uniqueness of the brand – and how much it appeals to enthusiasts of all types.
For the Honda 60th anniversary, the SEMA display highlighted the brand’s past and present. The display had no less than ten vehicles that worked to showcase the brand’s “longstanding commitment to the enthusiast community,” whether they were outdoor enthusiasts or those that enjoy performance-oriented vehicles.
At the center of the display was the fully redesigned 2020 Honda CR-V. There were two modified versions of this model available to see. The first was based on the brand-new CR-V Hybrid. Called the “Do” Build by Jsport Performance Accessories, this hybrid was created with the “weekend warrior” in mind. Because of this, it focused on offering the perfect aftermarket accessories for outdoor pursuits, including a 1.5-inch lift kit, all-terrain tires, a roof rack, and a mountain-bike rack.
The other CR-V was based on the gasoline model, and also offered outdoor adventure-ready features. This “Dream” build came with camping comforts like a slide-out refrigerator and a clamshell-style rooftop tent.
Along with these two CR-V models, this SEMA lineup also featured a Ridgeline that was ready for adventure, a Rally Passport with performance-oriented enhancements, and multiple Civic Si models. Honda even presented a 1968 S80 Coupe Outlaw.
If you’re ready to be a part of the Honda legacy, stop by Honda of Tiffany Springs and get behind the wheel.