2016 Honda CR-Z Unveiled In Japan

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Did the affordable hybrid get better to drive? Before the
Ferrari LaFerrari, Porsche 918 and McLaren P1, there was the Honda CR-Z. The sporty
hybrid was the only vehicle on the market that provided enthusiasts with an
enjoyable ride and the ability to help the environment at the same time. Now,
the facelifted CR-Z has just made its debut in Japan. The affordable, sporty
hybrid gets a refreshed front fascia with a wing-line lip, a redesigned rear
fascia and a more dynamic stance thanks to the rear wheels being pushed out. It
may not be a supercar, but the hybrid definitely looks better.

2016 Honda CR-Z Unveiled In Japan

The JDM-spec
CR-Z features new LED headlights, but CR-Zs in the US won’t be offered with
those headlights to keep costs down. Changes to the hybrid haven’t been confined
to the outside. The hybrid also gets an electric parking brake, a touch-panel
audio screen, along with a new sound system with an engine amplifier that produces
fake engine noise. Unfortunately, Honda decided not to touch the CR-Z’s anemic
engine, so the 1.5-liter engine and electric motor still produce a lethargic 130
hp. The 2016 Honda CR-Z is expected to go on sale in the US shortly after its
Japanese date in October.

2016 Honda CR-Z Unveiled In Japan

2016 Honda CR-Z Unveiled In Japan

2016 Honda CR-Z Unveiled In Japan

2016 Honda CR-Z Unveiled In Japan

2016 Honda CR-Z Unveiled In Japan

2016 Honda CR-Z Unveiled In Japan

2016 Honda CR-Z Unveiled In Japan

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