Honda HR-V Goes Mild to Wild at 2015 SEMA Show



The Honda HR-V has taken center stage at the 2015 SEMA Show.

This year, Honda wanted to showcase its newest crossover model, handing out four vehicles to tuners across the U.S. From mild to wild, the HR-V projects demonstrate what’s possible with the crossover with a bit of creativity and well, some money. The Bisimoto Honda HR-V continues the company’s tradition of shoving hundreds of horsepower under the hood while the Fox Marketing and MAD Industries projects are more approachable as daily driven street rides.

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Then there’s the Tjin Edition Honda HR-V (seen above), with the seasoned veteran going over the top with a custom widebody and a rich, pink paint job. By far one of the most polarizing cars at the show, it’s got a love it or hate it style but one thing’s for sure, it totally fits in at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

GALLERY: Bisimoto HR-V

GALLERY: Fox Marketing HR-V

GALLERY: MAD Industries HR-V

GALLERY: Tjin Edition HR-V

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  • smartacus

    the 90’s called, they want their Erebuni body kits back ;p