Honda Civic HFP Concept Sits Efficiently On SEMA Show FloorSIt may not be the spiritual successor to the CRX HF, but the Honda Civic HFP Concept is the result of Honda Access America — the in-house accessory division — taking a Civic Si and adding lightness. Both exhaust and wheels have been replaced with high-performance ultra-lightweight versions, while an aero body kit streamlines the cD for a slipperier shape. So how much more efficient is the HFP? Well...they don't quite say, but we'd venture a guess that Honda's working in one or two MPG increments here. Press release below the jump.

Honda Civic HFP Concept Sits Efficiently On SEMA Show FloorS

Honda Civic HFP Concept Sits Efficiently On SEMA Show FloorS

Honda Civic HFP Concept Sits Efficiently On SEMA Show FloorS

Honda Civic HFP Concept Sits Efficiently On SEMA Show FloorS

Honda Civic HFP Concept Sits Efficiently On SEMA Show FloorS

Honda Civic HFP Concept Sits Efficiently On SEMA Show FloorS

Honda Civic HFP Concept Sits Efficiently On SEMA Show FloorS

Honda Civic HFP Concept Sits Efficiently On SEMA Show FloorS

Honda Civic HFP Concept Sits Efficiently On SEMA Show FloorS

Honda also revealed a Civic Honda Factory Performance (HFP) Concept sedan that represents a new approach on performance improvement. With more consumer concern about fuel prices, future customers may want to maximize the performance of their vehicles without compromising fuel economy. Honda Access America, Honda's accessory development company, took on that challenge. Through aerodynamic improvements to the next generation HFP body kit, super-light alloy wheels with aerodynamic covers, a lighter HFP exhaust system and an upgraded HFP suspension kit, this concept offers the possibility of improving both fuel economy and performance. In fact, a very similar package has proven its worth on the race tracks of Japan on the Civic Type R race car, which campaigned in a spec series called the Super Taikyu Series.