Honda Vehicles at the 2015 SEMA Show [PHOTOS]
Honda has had a major presence at the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas this year. In addition to debuting the Ridgeline Baja Race Truck, the Japanese automaker also displayed several customized versions of new Honda vehicles, from its latest ATV to the 2016 Civic.
Honda’s refreshed SUV lineup was well-represented, beginning with four custom HR-Vs built by Bisimoto Engineering, MAD Industries, Tjin Edition, and Fox Marketing:
There were two unique versions of the 2016 Honda Pilot—the Pilot Baja Chase Vehicle, a specially tuned Pilot in desert racing livery that will operate as the support vehicle in Honda’s SCORE Baja 1000 campaign, and the Pilot Elite Concept “Black Edition,” a blacked-out Pilot that features many Honda Genuine Accessories, some of which are only available in concept form:
There was a new 2016 Honda Civic Sedan on hand, as well, equipped with a full suite of Honda Genuine Accessories. The recently revealed 2016 Honda CR-Z hybrid sports coupe, another new addition to the automaker’s lineup, was there too, making its North American debut.
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Representing the non-automobile department was the Pioneer 1000, the newest and most powerful side-by-side offered by Honda. The ATV was decked out in custom desert racing livery, just like the Pilot Baja Chase Vehicle that it will accompany on the Baja peninsula to assist in the racing effort:
- Terry LeeContributor
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