HKS is a tuner well known for its package for Hyundai Genesis Coupe or Nissan GT-R. But on their latest work they turned the attention to a hybrid model, the Honda CR-Z to be more precisely.

For the CR-Z, the tuner is offering modifications for the exhaust system and the suspension as well as styling upgrades. The Hypermax III coilovers are usually used on high-performance racing machines, but in combination with Advan Racing forged wheels they make from the CR-Z a car suited for any driving situation.

We do not known if they will also offer engine upgrades, but we can hope, no?


Source: Auto power girl

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  (460) posted on 03.29.2010

Then come the creation and installation of prototype Hypermax III coil overs. If you’re unfamiliar with Hypermax, it’s the brand’s top-tier coilover setup used on its high-performance racing machines and customer cars.

  (329) posted on 03.29.2010

The black and white combination make this car looks good but this car looks like a black version of mazda3.

  (708) posted on 03.25.2010

I think the car look’s great. Though the pattern follows the one I hated, copying the idea from another.

  (570) posted on 03.24.2010

Well, I actually haven’t heard of any hybrid car with an engine upgrade for it so I guess they don’t have one. Anyways, its great to know that there are tuner upgrades and kits for the hybrid cars, even though they may not be as powerful as a regular engine when tuned, the looks can still make it as hot.

  (555) posted on 03.23.2010

I like the decals and the glossy paint they did on the CR-Z. It looks more aggressive compared to the standard version of the CR-Z.

  (868) posted on 03.23.2010

Oh, give me a break.

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