Although the Detroit Auto Show is not normally known for modified cars - that's SEMA - Honda's Access accessory division nonetheless was anxious to display their version of the CR-Z. This CR-Z has been officially named the TS-1X prototype and although no specifics about the car were given, the point is to show what can be done by using accessory parts. However, these parts are more known to be available at Japanese Honda dealers.
US, many Honda owners utilize the countless aftermarket tuning companies for their parts. In the case of this CR-Z, we can tell that Honda has added a few cosmetic changes such as new bumper fascias, a modified grille insert, new wheels, painted brake calipers, a large rear wing, and matte black paint. Honda also displayed the HSV-010 GT racer, which was sort of a prelude to a possible (and now canceled) revival of the infamous NSX sports car. Called the NSX Sport Modulo, it was also outfitted with a number of Access items.
It will also be on display at the Tokyo Auto Salon, which is Japan's version of SEMA. The show begins on January 14 and runs through January 16.