Honda and the aftermarket go together like PB and J. By some measures, the automaker's platforms are credited with triggering and sustaining the tuner scene that sprung from the 1990s, and they are still how a lot of newcomers enter into enthusiast life. So you can usually expect to see a ton of modified Honda and Acura at the annual SEMA trade show in Las Vegas.
This year, the 2015 Fit took "Hottest Sport Compact of the Show" and we showed you yesterday the nine built subcompacts in the OEM's booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). Today's gallery offers a bit more perspective, providing a good idea of the spectrum of Honda you'll find at the 2014 SEMA Show.
There are versions for motorsport, like time attack, drifting, and Optima's Ultimate Street Car Invitational, and for show, like the plethora of stanced and wide-body offerings scattered throughout the LVCC. Civic, Integra, S2000, NSX, even TLX, but you know what? We were most impressed with the Honda everyone has been waiting to see - the metallic blue Rocket Bunn NSX in the Nitto Tire booth. For all the hype, it really is a wonder to behold.
And there's more. Check out our Thursday gallery of Honda and Acura at the 2014 SEMA Show.