The Honda exhibit at the 2019 SEMA Show will celebrate the company's commitment to the enthusiast community with two customised CR-Vs.
The Honda exhibit at the 2019 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show will celebrate the company's 60th anniversary in the U.S.A and Honda's longstanding commitment to the enthusiast community.
The 2020 CR-V 'Dream' has a cargo area that has been upfitted with an organisation cabinet and a slide-out refrigerator At centre stage is a pair of Honda CR-Vs - a refreshed gasoline variant and an all new hybrid - accessorised for outdoor enthusiasts.
Also alongside the adventure CR-Vs is a 2019 Honda Passport fresh from the American Rally Association circuit, a Honda Ridgeline pickup featuring Honda Factory Performance (HFP) concept accessories, and an accessorised Honda Talon 1000R.
The petrol-driven 2020 CR-V 'Dream' build was designed for the 'overlander' type - someone who wants to venture past the trailhead and explore the outdoors with a vehicle equipped with the gear to support self-reliant adventure travel.
The 2020 CR-V Hybrid 'Do' was designed to transport the driver to the nearest trailhead, while retaining everyday practicality Modifications to this CR-V for overlanding include a 3.8cm lift kit, side steps, front bumper, rear tire gate, and Plateau modular roof rack from Jsport U.S.A, 17-inch KMC off-road wheels with Nitto Ridge Grappler all-terrain tires, and a Roofnest Falcon clamshell-style rooftop tent. The cargo area has been upfitted with an organisation cabinet and a slide-out refrigerator.
The 2020 CR-V Hybrid 'Do' build was created by Jsport U.S.A with the 'weekend warrior' in mind - someone who needs a versatile vehicle that will transport him or her to the nearest trailhead, while retaining the everyday practicality that the CR-V provides.
Modifications include a 3.8cm lift kit, side steps, and roof basket from Jsport U.S.A, 17-inch KMC off-road wheels with Nitto Terra Grappler all-terrain tyres, and a Cannondale mountain bike mounted to the roof basket.