Honda and its in-house tuning arm has been quit busy recently turning their Type-R superhatch concept into a production model, but of course SEMA show is too important to be taken for granted so they’ve also prepared a bunch of cars for this show. First one is an accessorized Honda Accord Sedan, and the second, a modified Honda Fit mini car. There are also some other Honda models, including the new Crosstour on display, all garnished by factory-built accessories.
The Mugen Accord is treated with a full body kit consisting of 18-inch alloy wheels, front sports grille, front under-spoiler, side spoiler, rear under-spoiler, sports floor mats, machined aluminum oil filler cap and a distinctive front emblem.It’s still a boring Japanese sedan though!
The Fit on the other hand is much sportier and sounds like much more fun! The new body kit with redesigned bumpers, sporty side skirts, the rear diffuser and those magnificent exhaust pipes actually made it look a lot like the Mugen Civic Type-R.
Other accessorized vehicles on Honda booth at SEMA include the all-new 2010 Accord Crosstour, the Dog Friendly Element, the Fit with MUGEN accessories, a Honda Factory Performance Civic Si Sedan and a HFP Accord Coupe.