The first purported pictures of the refreshed Honda CR-Z have surfaced online.
The sporty hybrid vehicle is set to receive an all-new generation in 2017, so the Japanese company has decided to give it one more facelift to keep it fresh for the next two years. The car is retaining its distinctive shape but now features a modified front end with new fascia and bigger fog lamps. The headlights also appear to be slightly redesigned. At the back we noticed a reshaped bumper with a new lower diffuser.
There’s also a blurry photo of the interior that shows the cabin changes are limited as well and include a new electronic parking brake with a button on the center console behind the gear lever and a new center armrest with a storage box. The image comes from a scanned brochure and features arrows pointing to other changes, but full details will be available when the car debuts.
While nothing is confirmed, the official premiere of the 2016 CR-Z could occur during the Tokyo Motor Show later this year.