2011 Honda Accord Crosstour HFP Concept

Despite what we consider as bland styling, the Honda Accord Crosstour still has plenty of room for improvement. During the SEMA Auto Show, we saw the potential of the Accord Crosstour to look exponentially better once you add a few dinks and dunks on the car’s aesthetic design.

Looking a lot more aggressive than its standard looks, the SEMA-spec HFP Accord Crosstour certainly looks as if it has been dressed to impress. Featuring a full body kit courtesy of HFP, the Accord Crosstour’s overall look is further improved by the installation of a new front grille as part of the tuner’s body kit. The Accord Crosstour was also given a prototype lowered HFP sport suspension, color-matched door handles, a special black-out door sash trim, and a set of 19” HFP PDS-10 wheels wrapped in Yokohama ADVAN ST 245/50-series tires.

All the additions certainly brought out the Accord Crosstour’s fresh and aggressive look, something the standard version somehow failed to do. With the changes, the car now looks a whole lot more presentable than what it used to look like without the styling changes. Kudos to HFP on a job well done.


11 comments:

I love the dressed-up interior of it, and I really find its center console so admiring and awesome! Moreover, in spite of having only a simple style and detailing, it still looks good for me.

It looks so classy and luxurious on its sleek body paint despite of its simple platform. I also noticed that it also had an impressive interior, it looks so cozy and comfortable on that.

I love the simplicity that this Crosstour HFP concept had and mariamargarita is right that the lighter black-out that they used on the exterior of it gives the impression that it is a classy car.

Honda Accord Crosstour Concept has a lighter black-out, with having polished color effect texture. That surely brings high class, fine and fashionable model car.

Honda Accord crosstour has a pleasant styling appearance,featuring a full body kit
a special black-out door sash trim. This is kinda fresh and aggressive look that will truly admired as well.

2011 Honda Accord has its own significant way to impress its capacity to perform well, And its presentable appearance that certainly cross the road in styling changes.

Aside from its aggressive looks,certainly it improve the performance capacity.
And the aesthetic design on it very impressive.

The 2012 Civic embraces the company’s vision as a “Civic for all people,” a phrase originally expressed in defining the goal of the first-generation Civic

The car now looks a whole lot more presentable than what it used to look like without the styling changes. Kudos to HFP on a job well done.

All the additions certainly brought out the Accord Cross tour’s fresh and aggressive look, something the standard version somehow failed to do.

As years goes by,Honda has the capable to updates new version implemented and eventually still have plenty of rooms improvements.Looking a lot more aggressive than its standard looks.

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