Honda Cars - SEMA Auto Show Video
In the Honda booth at the 2011 SEMA Auto Show, the spotlight was on the Honda Factory Performance Civic Si Coupe. Passersby will be able to notice the HFP Civic by its body kit, consisting of lower parts around all four sides of the car. Getting the car even lower is a set of race springs and dampers, which Honda claims brings the whole thing 15 mm closer to the ground. At each corner is an 18x7" wheel, made out of lightweight alloy. Inside there's some HFP floor mats and LED lighting, and of course there's HFP emblems abound. The impressive part about this car is that it utilizes all Honda-made and approved parts, even to the point of coming pre-painted in factory Honda colors to match your Si, no matter what color it is.
Elsewhere, Honda also featured an Accord Coupe called the Accord Coupe V6 HFP Concept. While looking like it contains similar upgrades to the HFP Civic, the Accord benefits from Honda's Performance Development team, who put a supercharger on the stock V6, boosting power to 335 hp and 285 ft-lbs of torque.
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