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Honda CR-Z Hybrid Coupe by Mugen

You may remember the Honda CR-Z hybrid when it made an appearance last January at the Detroit Auto Show?

Well, even if the car is not on sale yet, Mugen is nevertheless preparing a new customization program that should - at least in theory - make the car look better than it already is despite the engine remaining relatively unchanged.

Among the new exterior modifications the CR-Z hybrid is expected to come in includes an exterior package highlighted by front and rear aprons, a large roof-mounted wing, side skirts, rear diffuser, a new grille with LED daytime running lights and a variety of 17-inch alloy wheel designs.

The CR-Z hybrid’s interior also gets a modification of its own courtesy of a new carbon fiber mirror, unique gear lever knobs and floor mats.



11 comments:

Something will prevent these from coming to us. Hybrids can’t be cool. You can’t be cool when you’re that smug some South park group of hybrid owners will coordinate to save the planet from anything cool .

I’ve been pretty disappointed and negative about the CR-Z, but I have to admit that some of these are pretty cool. I kind of want one now

of course it’s engine is totally fuel efficient and this thing is not meant to be driven fast

I knew that Honda will bring a different car this time, unlike Toyota and Hyundai. This one make a rare entrance.

This is the most super cool machine in the page. Totally awesome.

It’s a great piece of a machine, absolutely jaw dropping. I like the way they created it and the way they put that superb techno in it.

Well, they plan to make it look like a sporty tuned car? I hope that the changes doesn’t only happen for both interior and exterior but also some upgrades and additional technology for the car. Specially in the safety department perhaps?

I haven’t really been that much of a fan of Mugen as the only one’s that I have seen mostly using them and their products are Japanese cars. I don’t really see that much cars tuned by Mugen from European or American manufacturers.

Fascinating design. I actually don’t remember the last appearance of CR-Z hybrid last January but this one really amaze. Great machine.

I miss the mean look that 90’s Honda’s used to have. But what’s the point in making this CR-Z look faster than it really is? It doesn’t look like it really has any potential...

what a lovely piece of machine, so simple but has still it has the aggressive look, specially adding an LED on the plate and the roof spoiler and the Rear diffuser gives it aggressive looking.

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