The ILX Endurance Racer features a blend of OEM HPD parts and third-party components. My guess is that most of the mods that you see under the hood and as part of the suspension of this car should bolt right up to the contemporary Honda Civic Si as well.
Honda gives Acura ILX tuners a bit more inspiration with the help of Evasive Motorsports. The 2013 Acura ILX Street Build is designed to live on public roads and features exterior mods and suspension upgrades that place an emphasis on style.
DSO Eyewear is no stranger to designing tuner cars, having penned quite a few SEMA Show cars over the years. This year, it has teamed up with MAD Industries to build this custom 2013 Honda Accord Sedan.
The DSO Accord's long mod list is primarily composed of styling mods. Engine upgrades are limited to a K&N high-performance air filter, AMSOIL motor oil, an Odyssey extreme battery, and the Honda OEM dual exhaust from the 2013 Accord Sport. No, I don't consider the Eibach lowering springs and 20-inch TSW wheels to be performance upgrades.
Inside, DSO/MAD's Accord features Katskin custom leather and a Lightning Audio system with 1,000 total watts of amplification. Around 200 of those watts are dedicated to driving a set of hidden 10-inch shallow subwoofers.
The upgrades suspension keeps the car planted, and the Bisimotowerks GT3 racing seats keep the driver and one passenger planted. The rear seating area is occupied by a JNF chromoly roll cage, which stiffens the chassis and protects the driver.