Set to go on sale in October, the refreshed model has a new front bumper, a revised grille and LED headlights. The eco-friendly model also has revised side skirts, a new rear bumper and restyled 16- and 17-inch alloy wheels.
Interior changes are limited but include a push button ignition, an electronic parking brake and an upgrade audio system.
The hybridized powertrain carries over but engineers have made a number of changes to improve the CR-Z’s handling and driving dynamics. These include wider rear tires, an upgraded braking system and a retuned suspension with new springs and dampers.