Honda has officially presented to the public a lineup of modified vehicles at the 2012 SEMA Motor Show in Las Vegas, which includes custom Accords and a supercharged CR-Z.
The first one presented was the Bisimoto Engineering Accord Coupe, with its carbon fiber trim, ground effects package, unique alloy wheels covering the high performance braking system, Progress coil-over suspension, roll cage, sports seats and more. The model is also getting a V6 engine with NX we shot chemical supercharger system, Bisimoto cat-back exhaust and NGK Iridium spark plugs. The result is 40 BHP (299 kW).
Next comes the DSO Eyewear / MAD Industries Accord sedan, with its White Orchid Pearl exterior, matte blue metallic accents, aerodynamic body, 20-inch TSW wheels, K&N air filter, Eibach performance springs and 2.4L four-cylinder engine. Honda says that the 2013 Accord Coupe will get a limited edition HFP package which will add a trunk mounted spoiler, a sport tuned suspension which will reduce the ride height by 15 mm, unique floor mats, red interior illumination and some other minor tweaks. The package will be available for just 500 units and it will go on sale next spring from 4,650 USD.
Last but not least, the Japanese based automaker has introduced a supercharged CRZ during the same event, which came with a tailgate mounted spoiler, a carbon fiber front lip, high performance brakes, unique alloy wheels and more. Additional details on this model are limited for the moment.