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2014 Honda HPD Civic Street Performance Concept

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Honda Performance Development (HPD) — the racing arm of Honda — hit the 2013 SEMA Show with quite an impressive lineup of modified vehicles. Alongside the heavily updated CR-Z , HPD also revealed a very nice list of updates for the recently revised 2014 Honda Civic .

Although the model unveiled in SEMA is only in concept form, Honda announced that it offers a glimpse at potential future street performance accessories developed from HPD.

The new Civic Street Performance Concept comes equipped with HPD racing performance parts and features a rather loud body wrap. On the performance side of things, the concept adds HPD’s Big Brake kit, HPD performance springs, HPD 25.4 mm rear anti-roll bar and a K24Z7 racing engine. The model rides on a new set of HPD 18-inch wheels
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There is no information on just how much horsepower the racing engine pumps out, but we’re sure it is plenty more than the stock 140 horsepower.

Click past the jump to read more about the Honda Civic Coupe.

2013 Honda Civic Coupe

Honda Civic Coupe

Honda announced the latest update for the Honda Civic Coupe at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show when it received a series of updates for the exterior and the interior.

Under its hood, the Civic gets a 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine that delivers a total of 140 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque at 4,300 rpm. The power is transmitted to the front-wheels via a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission.

The model is priced fro $17,965.

Press Release

Honda HPD Civic Street Performance Concept

The new 2014 HPD Honda Civic Street Performance Concept is equipped with HPD racing performance parts and street wrap. Modifications include HPD’s "Big Brake" kit, HPD performance springs, HPD 25.4mm rear anti-roll bar, HPD 18-inch wheels, and a K24Z7 racing engine. While just a concept, this vehicle offers a glimpse at potential future street performance accessories developed from HPD racing experience.



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