First custom Honda Clarity PHEV 2019 (Photo)

Discussion in 'Clarity' started by Andrew97, Oct 2, 2019.

  1. Andrew97

    Andrew97 New Member

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  2. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member

    Did you make sure you can get low rolling resistance tires for those wheels? I doubt Honda would approve of you modifying their lease-only Clarity Fuel Cell car.
     
  3. Andrew97

    Andrew97 New Member

    So first of all is a PHEV sorry for not mentioning it.
    And camber = only a little part of the tire is touching the ground = really low friction with the road.
     
  4. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member

    I was just joking about the tires. Obviously, any mods other than adding full wheel spats will lower the car's fuel/electricity economy. The photo you modified was the Clarity Fuel Cell. Here's how I would modify my Clarity PHEV.

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  5. Andrew97

    Andrew97 New Member

    Hehe i wish they didn't p**** out and they stick to they're concept car, but what can we do it's always like this. Let's hope that in the future they look similar or better than this one.
    But i'm still hyped of customizing a Clarity, doing what no one did.
     
  6. neal adkins

    neal adkins Active Member

    The clarity reminds me of a modern day bat mobile. That may be a good theme to incorporate in. Imo
     
  7. eneka

    eneka Member

    i wonder what they'll do after with the, though, crush them?
     
  8. SThomas219

    SThomas219 Member

    Slamming a Clarity..nice. Would have to improve on the aero, right?
     
  9. craze1cars

    craze1cars Well-Known Member

    Do it man!! I like it! Make it yours!!
     
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  10. petteyg359

    petteyg359 Active Member Subscriber

    Gotta be a pain to rotate the rear tires on that, though.
     
  11. KentuckyKen

    KentuckyKen Well-Known Member

    Nothing wrong with being passionate about anything that’s worthwhile. Apathy is the real problem. I say go for it!
    BTW, normal, ho-hum, and ordinary are highly over rated!
     
  12. cokeb5

    cokeb5 Member

    Personally I really like it, not a big fan of the camber but everything else looks great to me!
     
  13. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member

    I have to remove two Dzus fasteners on each wheel spat to change the tires on my gen-1 Insight, so that car would be just fine for me. There's one annoyance, however, when filling the rear tires it takes extra time to move the car a foot, get out, see if the valve-cap is visible, get back in the car, move it another foot, get out, see if the valve cap is visible, fill the tire, repeat for other side.
     
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  14. Tek_Freek

    Tek_Freek Active Member

    ^^^ Great place for a couple of dash, er wheel well, cams.
     
  15. AlanSqB

    AlanSqB Active Member

    probably. However maybe Clarity owners will get lucky if Honda sells some of the FCEV and BEV bodies for salvage. Would be a good source for body and trim parts for the PHEVs.

    I like the look. Highlights some of the unique features of the car
     
  16. larrenz

    larrenz Member

    It doesn't look bad. If you really want it then go for it.
     
  17. Texas22Step

    Texas22Step Active Member

    To each his or her own, I say. I still like these:

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  18. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member

    When Texas moves to Europe...
     
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  19. your_chum

    your_chum New Member

    While modding cars in general like this hits near and dear to a younger version of myself, I feel like 1) It'll be really hard to accomplish without the aftermarket parts support - does anyone make coilovers for Clarity?? How about a camber kit? 2) For me, It defeats a lot of the purpose of the luxuriousness of the clarity and 3) I would hate to smash those funky rear control arms and/or potentially cause any damage to a battery pack over a speed bump.

    I got the clarity to get out of modding - thank you very much; and so far it's been wonderful.
     

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