Honda has decided to celebrate its 60th birthday in the American market in a big way. The Japanese carmaker recently highlighted this new milestone during this year’s SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention in November, creating a display that showcases the brand’s history – and its appeal to outdoor enthusiasts.
For the Honda 60th American anniversary, the brand put together a display that contains its best-known vehicles, both past and present. It looked to celebrate the brand’s “longstanding commitment to the enthusiast community.”
At the center of this SEMA display were two versions of the 2020 Honda CR-V. The first was based on the all-new CR-V Hybrid, called the “Do” Build. Completed by Jsport Performance Accessories, this hybrid model was created with the weekend warrior in mind, sporting a 1.5-inch lift kit, side steps, and a roof rack, along with mountain-bike rack and all-terrain tires.
The other CR-V model was the redesigned gasoline variant, called the “Dream” build. Also created by Jsport Performance Accessories, this model was modified with the overlander in mind. It also comes with a 1.5-inch lift kit, but also has creature comforts like a slide-out refrigerator and a clamshell-style rooftop tent.
Honda also featured outdoor-ready versions of the Ridgeline and the Passport, along with vintage cars like a 1968 S80 Coupe Outlaw, a heritage Chevy truck with Vintage Cub and CB160, along with multiple Civic Si models.
If you’re ready for a new vehicle, you should consider joining the Honda legacy. Stop by Jack Matia Honda today and see which car is right for you.