Noblesse Prepares the Honda CR-Z for the Track

The Honda CRZ seems to be a pretty fun vehicle that has been gagged by the factory in order to be prevented from screaming “I want more performance!” at the top of its air filter.

Of course the compact Japanese hybrid isn’t the only car in the world that finds itself in this situation. Knowing this, customers who want to squeze more thrills from the vehicle have to follow the usual pathway to solving this problem, turning to aftermarket developers.

Today, we are presenting you a modified incarnation of the CR-Z that has been tweaked by the the Japanese tuner Noblesse. This is a company that likes to play with multiple vehicles belonging to the Japanese carmaker’s range.

Returning to this project, we must say that the tuner has blown some trackday dust over the car. The vehicle has received a new connection to the road, as the tuner wanted to make sure that it will offer an enhanced handling that will allow the driver to push harder through the bends.

To be more specific, the car was gifted with a V-Vision suspension and a set of Volk CE28N rims that come in a 17-inch size and use a multi-spoke design. The wheels use high-performance tires.

The vehicle also shows its handling potential, as it has been fitted with a set of exterior elements that offer it a racing look. The tuner has installed a redesigned front bumper with a new mesh grille, a carbon hood and a generously-sized rear wing.

Before we end the story, we must thank for publishing the picture of the car.
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