2011 Honda CR-Z by Max Racing

The Honda CR-Z was developed predominantly to display fuel efficiency, but at the same time, it can be used as proof that a hybrid vehicle can be just as sporty as any other model on the market. Case in point is the tuning project by Honda tuner, Max Racing, revealed during the recent 2010 Super Lap Battle held in the Tsukuba circuit.

Their package starts off with suspension upgrades, bigger brakes, and a lighter set of wheels. There is also a new set of multi-spoke lightweight alloy rims painted in a black finish with a blue lip and wrapped in high-performance tires. And, since no race car is complete without it, some racing livery has been added to fully prepare the CR-Z for track use.

At the Super Lap Battle, Max Racing’s Honda CR-Z was able to run at an average of 1’12″ 240 at 138.8km/h with its fastest lap being 1’11″ 933 at 139.5km/h. Not bad at all considering this is a hybrid model, right?

This was just the first CR-Z prepared for the track use, as 2011 will bring a few more models to the racing scene.

Source: Jonsibal

18 comments:

I think they should have a doubt if they really have a plan like that. Well, electric motor is definitely not great neither good for a sports car. It will only give a hassle moment on it.

Well, I have heard that some of the car manufacturer tries to make a racing car that is powered with hybrid technology. However, I haven’t seen a car that run using that technology.

Oh! Its hybrid car then what does it been doing in the race track? Is it possible for this car to compete on a car that is powered by diesel engine. 

Couple of years ago I think the hp figure of this car is spectacular but then when turbo production engines came up I think Zamafir is much better!

From what I hear Honda’s production numbers are going to be so low on them it won’t matter if everyone loves it or not.

The new CRZ is a disgrace to the CR platform name, Honda hit a EPIC FAIL with this car. Its ugly, its slow as hell, its cannot ever corner for a Honda and if anyone wants to buy a ugly hybrid why not just get a insight.

Max Racing’s Honda CR-Z has the capacity average of 1’12″ 240 at 138.8km/h with its fastest lap being 1’11″ 933 at 139.5km/h..that’s why it consider this as the outmost and amazing car.

The new version of Honda CR-Z max racing has the ability to move a high capacity that converts into a high performance..this will surely love by sporty people who loves racing competitions.

Honda CR-Z is a sporty car.., Their package starts off with upgrades, bigger brakes, and a lighter set of wheels.. It also involves high performances capability that makes the users gain confidence with it..

With its historical association to the CR-X, Honda’s CR-Z elicited much enthusiasm from the tuner crowd, a group that doesn’t generally favor hybrids. But the CR-Z is far from a typical hybrid.

Yes, everybody wants to see the Honda CR-Z receiving more power and the Japanese carmaker is currently considering releasing a beefier version.

normally i’d hop in your troll cart and rag on mopar but their 500 looks really good. quite possibly the most tastefully modded 500 i’ve ever seen, and that beefy sway bar and intake look the part to boot.

Hey Honda whatever happened to we’re not making sports cars because they’re niche cars? Why make this one considering it is also a niche car?

With its historical association to the CR-X, Honda’s CR-Z elicited much enthusiasm from the tuner crowd, a group that doesn’t generally favor hybrids. But the CR-Z is far from a typical hybrid.

The Honda CR-Zwas developed predominantly to display fuel efficiency, but at the same time, it can be used as proof that a hybrid vehicle can be just as sporty as any other model on the market.

Well of course Honda is known for their engine and car design, the famous and still used for racing engine is the VTEC engine .this engine is a performer and at the same time singer... yes singer.. the engine noise is like a sound to many. and the vtec engine is rated as the loveliest engine sound in the racing world.

what an interesting car, for sure prius owners regret choosing the Prius instead of the CR-Z. many tuners are now up for the CR-R. I hope i can also lay my hands on it sooner.

No matter how much horsepower it gives I stil dont like the design of this car.I’m still expecting more.

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