Honda Factory Performance package developed for the 2013 Honda Accord Coupe will have its official public debut at the SEMA Show. This is actually the first time in six years that Honda shows its face at the SEMA Show.
The 2013 Honda Accord Coupe received a limited-edition HFP package at that will go on sale next year. The package includes 19-inch alloy wheels, HFP sport suspension, HFP front, side and rear underbody spoilers, deck lid spoiler and red interior illumination. The list of the elements continues with new floor mats and badges for each side of the trunk, both developed by HFP. Of course that like any other Honda Genuine Accessories, the HFP package comes with a 3-year / 36.000-mile warranty it is installed at the time of purchase of the new model. Apparently the specialists will only sell 500 units if the limited-edition HFP package for the new 2013 Honda Accord. The retail starting price suggested by the manufacturer for the package will be $4.650.
At the event we will also have the opportunity to see a 2013 Accord equipped with the X-Package and some extra Honda Genuine Accessories. This package is now available for purchase nationwide at Honda dealerships and it includes a sport grille, a rear wing spoiler, but also front, side and rear underbody spoilers available for $2.171.
For more enthusiasm, the carmaker asked to independent vehicle tuners to build and show their Accord concepts at the grand event. There were a lot of options, but in the end Bisimoto Engineering have developed a 401 horsepower version of the Accord Coupe after amazing options for the 2011 CR-Z and the 2012 Civic Si. DSO Eyewear / MAD Industries revealed their all-new Accord sedan with a lot of new elements both on the inside and out.
Honda will display 6 new models, Acura 3 units and Honda Performance Development another 3 new achievement.
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