Honda has reached a new milestone in the American automotive industry. The Japanese carmaker is proud to celebrate its 60th anniversary in the United States – and it did so with a display at this year’s SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
A SEMA display marked the Honda 60th American anniversary, showcasing the brands past, present, and future, along with the accessorizing opportunities of the brand’s current lineup. The display, which had no less than ten vehicles, showed the brand’s “longstanding commitment to the enthusiast community.”
The centerpiece of this display was the 2020 Honda CR-V. Both the crossover’s all-new hybrid variant and the refreshed gasoline model were displayed and accessorized for outdoor enthusiasts. For instance, the CR-V Hybrid “Do” Build by Jsport Performance Accessories was built with the weekend warrior in mind, boasting a 1.5-inch lift kit, side steps, and a roof basket.
The CR-V “Dream” Build by the same company was designed for those looking to go overland, with a 1.5-inch lift kit, 17-inch KMC off-road wheels, all-terrain tires, and a Roofnest Falcon clamshell-style rooftop tent.
Other vehicles featured in the Honda SEMA display include the Ridgeline HFP Concept with Lifestyle Accessories, the Rally Passport, a 1968 Honda S800 Coupe Outlaw, and a heritage Chevy truck with Vintage Cub and CB160, among others.
If you want to join the proud legacy of Honda and the brand’s loyal owners, stop by Don Wessel Honda and see which vehicle suits you best.