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Honda SEMA 2015 Preview

Refreshed CR-Z and HR-V tuner projects on tap; pictures to come.

Oct 23, 2015

We were excited to see Honda’s latest press release in our inbox this morning promising details on its display offerings we’ll see in its booth at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nev., come November 3 to 6. That excitement turned to some disappointment when we learned the tease was only words, no pics or renderings (seriously?!)

MAD 01 Photo 2/7   |   MAD 01

Alright, kids, put on your imagination helmets, because it’ll be up to us to paint the picture. Like previous years, the space will feature a variety of tuner and tuner-ish vehicles, motorsports machines, and Honda-branded aftermarket gear. Four customized HR-V CUV will take center stage, built in partnership with a handful of modifiers from across the US. Honda didn’t say who those are, but we know through the Big H’s Tumblr account one is MAD Industries, who built a Fit for the automaker’s SEMA booth last year.

2016 HR V 157 Photo 6/7   |   2016 HR V 157

Also within the Honda display will be the refreshed 2016 CR-Z sport hybrid coupe along with an accessorized version of the all-new Civic Sedan and Pilot. Honda will also debut the Ridgeline Desert Race Truck, which is said to hint at the looks coming on the 2017 Ridgeline pickup.

We'll have more Honda from the 2015 SEMA Show in less than two weeks time.

HPD CRZ 005 Photo 7/7   |   HPD CRZ 005
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