Acura has introduced the ILX Street Build and ILX Endurance Racer at the SEMA Motor Show.

Acura has introduced the ILX Street Build and ILX Endurance Racer at the SEMA Motor Show.

The Street Build was built by Evasive Motorsports and features an Acura aero kit which includes a front spoiler, extended side skirts and a trunk-mounted spoiler. There's also a coilover suspension, Stoptech brakes and 19-inch Volk G25 wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires.

For added performance, the 2.4-liter engine was equipped with a CT Engineering supercharger kit, a retuned ECU and a Greddy SP Elite exhaust system. Thanks to these modifications, the engine develops 250 bhp (186 kW) - a modest increase of 49 bhp (37 kW).

On the other hand, the ILX Endurance Racer was created by Team Honda Research-West. Unlike a majority of SEMA concepts, it will actually compete in the 25 Hours of Thunderhill next month.

Starting with a body-in-white, engineers turned the luxury sedan into a competitive race car. In order to do this they installed a front splitter, a rear spoiler and Enkei RPF1 wheels with BF Goodrich R1 racing tires. They also added a Bride Gardis III race seat, an OMP competition steering wheel and a Schroth safety harness. Other highlights include a roll cage, a Braille lightweight battery and an H&R suspension.

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