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Supercharged Honda Accord Coupe V6 HFP Concept Packs 335 HP

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Honda has unveiled a new more powerful Honda Accord concept at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. The Accord Coupe V6 HFP Concept is the result of Honda's Honda Performance Development, Inc. (HPD) and is meant to demonstrate the performance potential of the Accord V6 coupe.

The Accord Coupe V6 HFP Concept packs a host of available HFP components, including a supercharger and performance air intake and exhaust systems. The modifications under the hood brings the output of the 3.5L V6 up to 335 hp and 285 lb-ft. of torque (up 64 hp and 34 ft. lbs in the standard Accord V6).

Honda created the concept to gauge consumer interest, but there are no plans to produce it. An all-new 2013 Accord is expected next spring.

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