Honda CR-Z to Get Type R Version

What if halo cars for hybrid ranges were racing versions with that don’t simply focus on fuel consumption above all else. Well, before Honda dreamed of it as a hybrid, they primarily wanted it to perform the function of a fun and exciting coupe that also offered decent milage, so it should not surprise you that much that they want to spice things up even more.
2010 Honda CR-V Hybrid R 1 photo
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According to Temple of Vtec, the Japanese manufacturer is readying a performance version of the CR-Z, and it’s already being developed. At last year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Honda even brought over the CR-Z Hybrid R concept, which produced 200 hp thanks to a turbocharger that had been slapped onto the 1.5-liter.

However, a supercharged version like the one that debuted this year at SEMA is the more likely powertrain.
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