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Honda CR-Z Sport Hybrid Coupe Finally Out!

Published on Sep 27th, 2010, No Comments

New York’s Times Square was abuzz with activity yesterday, as it hosted the first ever 3-D introduction of a new vehicle – the Honda CR-Z sport hybrid coupe.

Honda CR Z hybrid coupe Honda CR Z Sport Hybrid Coupe Finally Out!

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Wraptivo Honda CR-Z Type F Concept to Be Out at SEMA 2010

Published on Sep 7th, 2010, No Comments

Wraptivo has announced their first in-house SEMA car which will be coming as a 2011 Honda CR-Z sport hybrid concept, which is being called ‘Type-F’. (F for ‘fun’). The company plans to have the concept car out at SEMA 2010.

Wraptivo CR Z Type F 2 Wraptivo Honda CR Z Type F Concept to Be Out at SEMA 2010

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Honda CR-Z Hybrid set for a Geneva Debut

Published on Feb 9th, 2010, No Comments

2011 Honda CR Z Sport Hybrid Coupe 1 Honda CR Z Hybrid set for a Geneva Debut

Honda is ready to delve furthermore on the success of its eco-friendly cars and the next in the line is the CR-Z hybrid which is set for its European unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show. The hybrid which promises 5.0L petrol consumption for every 100 kilometers will be powered by a 1.5L petrol engine clubbed with an IMA parallel hybrid system. As a combination the mechanism churns 122hp of power with 128-lb-ft of torque and the economy numbers are promising when the engine is mated with a six-speed manual transmission. The exact performance details of the CR-Z are not known but a 3-Mode Drive System will allow the owners to alter the throttle, steering and idle stop timing of the commuter. Sales for the CR-Z Hybrid will begin in Europe later this summer.

2010 Honda CR-Z Hybrid Coupe Pictured in Leaked Brochure, Specs Leak

Published on Dec 9th, 2009, No Comments

2010 Honda CR Z leaked brochure1 2010 Honda CR Z Hybrid Coupe Pictured in Leaked Brochure, Specs Leak

Although announced back in 2007 at the Tokyo Motor Show, Honda’s CR-Z hybrid coupe has failed to hit the production lines till now. But things may change as today we laid our eyes on a leaked Japanese brochure that details the 2010 Honda CR-Z model regarding its engine specs and dealer options such as an aluminium trim exterior package. Speaking of specs, the CR-Z is being powered by a 1.5L petrol engine that outputs 114hp and a motor unit that delivers an extra 14hp. Power to the front wheels is being sent with the help of a 6-speed manual transmission, which also helps the car reach 100km/h in 9.7 seconds and a fuel efficiency of only 4L/100km (58.8 mpg).

As expected, Honda CR-Z will debut in Japan, next year in February, with Europe, North America and Africa to follow suit.

Honda CR-Z to release in early 2010

Published on Oct 22nd, 2009, 2 Comments

honda cr z 1 Honda CR Z to release in early 2010

For everyone’s delight, the new Honda CR-Z has been confirmed for an early 2010 release in Japan and Europe, with the Americans getting their hands on it in the second half of 2010. Although showcased at the Tokyo Motor Show with a rear seat, the final version of the Nissan CR-Z will roll out the production lines as a two-seater variant. On top of that, the Nissan CR-Z has sportier lines than the Insight, features a petrol electric hybrid that brings a combination of a 1.5-liter petrol i-VTEC engine and IMA (Honda hybrid system). More to it, the CR-Z is being lauded as the first hybrid car in world with a six-speed manual transmission. Stunning is just an understatement, isn’t it? [via WCF]

Honda CR-Z Concept Revised for Tokyo

Published on Oct 1st, 2009, No Comments

honda revised cr z concept 2 Honda CR Z Concept Revised for Tokyo

Honda calls it the world’s first sports hybrid car and the near production ready model of the CR-Z concept will be showcased at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show. First unveiled in 2007, this revised model will include a number of changes including a new hood with revised headlights and a large rear quarter window. On the rear you will find a new hatch, attractive taillights and a sturdier looking rear diffuser. One of the traits maintained from the original design is the single dial instrument cluster. As far as the engine is concerned, the concept runs on a 1.5-liter four-cylinder petrol engine assisted by Honda’s Integrated Motor Assist technology. The engine is mated to a six-speed manual transmission which helps the car achieve good efficiency numbers.

Toyota Prius Coupe Could be Real

Published on Aug 27th, 2009, No Comments

toyota prius coupe Toyota Prius Coupe Could be Real

Is Toyota keen to delve furthermore on the success of the Prius with a Coupe variant? If the gossip hounds are to be believed, Toyota Prius Coupe is already in the scheme and is slated as a Honda CR-Z killer. For its design it is believed that Toyota will take assistance from Pininfarina or Italdesign. Specs wise, it will include a Prius’ 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine with Synergy Drive which will render a modest 98 hp and 105Nm of Toque. Although the engine numbers are not so impressive, the Toyota Prius Coupe would compensate with a 48mpg mileage and an extremely eye-catching exterior. [via carscoop.blogspot.com]

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Honda expands the green brigade, launches CR-Z and Fit Hybrid for 2010

Published on Jul 14th, 2009, No Comments

Honda is surely keeping its word by developing more eco-friendly cars. The latest launches confirmed for the green brigade include the CR-Z and the Fit Hybrid. Honda is surely on track to develop the planned 500,000 units per year by 2012.

honda cr z concept 1 Honda expands the green brigade, launches CR Z and Fit Hybrid for 2010

The Compact Renaissance Zero abbreviated as CR-Z first came into reckoning at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. Now ready as a petrol/electric car, it will be ready by 2010 and will either use a 140 horsepower 1.8-liter engine or a 2.5-liter one. The Fit Hybrid was also being speculated since a couple of years and the production was confirmed in 2008. The market ready CR-Z will hit the market in February 2010 and Fit Hybrid will be sold by the end of that year.

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