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Honda at 2011 SEMA

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Honda’s lineup of tuned cars for this year’s SEMA includes seven different Civics, and a few Accords in between to balance thing out.

The modded 2012 Civic Si Coupe and Civic Si Sedan showcase tuning potential of the new model, and also boast capabilities of Honda’s in-house performance arms. The range includes 2012 Civic Si Coupe equipped with a limited-edition Honda Factory Performance (HFP) package, the Honda Performance Development, Inc. (HPD) Compass360 Racing HPD 2012 Civic Si Coupe Racecar, the Accord Coupe HFP Concept and several vehicles equipped with Honda Genuine Accessories.

The HFP for Civic Si is limited to 500 units and offers items such as high-performance springs, reducing ride height by 15 mm; high-performance dampers tuned for enhanced road handling and decreased body roll; 18×7 inch HFP Alloy Wheels; full HFP aerodynamic body kit; HFP carpet floor mats; red ambient interior illumination; and, HFP emblems.

Compass360 Racing HPD 2012 Civic Si Coupe Racecar, ready for SCCA World Challenge and Grand Am’s Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, will be available early in 2012, and full details and pricing will be available at that time.

The Accord Coupe V6 HFP Concept features a full suite of currently-available HFP components, including a supercharger and performance air intake and exhaust systems. Building upon a stock 3.5-liter V6 engine, the supercharged engine is estimated to produce 335 hp and 285 ft. lbs of torque (up 64 hp and 34 ft. lbs vs. stock car).

Other interesting cars worth mentioning include HGA Civic Si featuring 18×7 inch HFP alloy wheels, all-season floor mats, trunk tray, cargo net, cargo hook and splash guards, and HPD CR-Z Hybrid R Concept and the CR-Z with MUGEN accessories.

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