The Accord Coupe Concept at SEMA is dressed in plenty of HFP components.
Doubtless the Civic is Honda's bread and butter at SEMA this year, but the Japanese automaker also used the event to showcase a full suite of their currently-available HFP (Honda Factory Performance) components for the Accord. The Coupe V6 Concept on display includes a supercharger, performance air intake, and exhaust system, producing 335hp and 285lb-ft of torque from the stock 3.5-liter V6 engine, an increase of 64hp and 34lb-ft. Cosmetic touches include new skin skirts and a chin spoiler.
Gauging customer interest in the performance potential of the Accord Coupe was Honda's main intent in bringing the modified vehicle to SEMA, and there are no current production plans for the concept.