Honda has unveiled their lineup of modified vehicles at the SEMA Motor Show. The Accord takes center stage as two models have been tuned by Bisimoto Engineering and DSO Eyewear.

Honda has unveiled their lineup of modified vehicles at the SEMA Motor Show.

First up, the Bisimoto Engineering Accord Coupe has a ground effects package, carbon fiber trim and unique alloy wheels that are backed up by high-performance brakes. There's also sport seats, a roll cage and a Progress coilover suspension.

For added performance, the V6 engine was equipped with a Nitrous Express (NX) wet shot chemical supercharger system, NGK Iridium spark plugs and a Bisimoto cat-back exhaust. This enables the mill to produce 401 bhp (299 kW).

The DSO Eyewear / MAD Industries Accord sedan has a White Orchid Pearl exterior with an aerodynamic body, matte blue metallic accents and 20-inch TSW wheels. There's also Eibach performance springs (which reduce the ride height by 1-1.5 inches), a K&N air filter and a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine.

The luxurious interior features Katzkin leather upholstery, matte blue trim and billet aluminum pedals.

Honda Performance Development's CR-Z concept has restrained design which features a carbon fiber front lip, a tailgate-mounted spoiler and unique alloy wheels. Detailed specifications were not released, but the car also has a supercharger and high-performance brakes.

Lastly, Honda announced the 2013 Accord Coupe will be offered with a limited-edition HFP package which includes a sport-tuned suspension (which reduces the ride height by 15mm), a trunk-mounted spoiler and 19-inch alloy wheels. The package also includes red interior illumination and unique floor mats. Production will be limited to 500 units and the package will be priced from $4,650 when it goes on sale next spring.

Gallery: Honda unveils two Accords and a supercharged CR-Z at SEMA