Las Vegas, Nevada - Nov 2-5
For Honda fans, SEMA isn't exactly the mecca for Honda builds. To be perfectly honest, unless you possess a very keen eye, you might not see any Honda activity at all. For some, that's upsetting to hear. However, if you're a "car guy" and just love combing over every square inch of a high-end build regardless of brand, SEMA is amazing. Domestic cars that take intensive, detail-orienting building to the next level rub shoulders with high-powered race cars from both the domestic and import camps along the red carpet. In the far distance, an "electric corner" of a massive hall sits a large section populated by Honda of America and their guests. This year, with the buzz surrounding the CR-Z, Honda recruited six tuning groups to modify the CR-Z any way they saw fit. The results were mixed as some were mild, some were wild, and others had people simply scratching their heads in disbelief. Here's a recap of the CR-Zs and booths that caught our eye throughout the week.