Honda CR-Zs invade SEMA

Honda has unveiled twelve CR-Zs at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. As you can image, they feature various body kits, revised interiors, and performance tweaks.

Honda has unveiled twelve CR-Zs at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

The CR-Z MUGEN features an aggressive body kit, a revised grille, a rear wing, and 17-inch aluminum wheels. Inside, the cabin boasts an aluminum shift knob and a unique serial-number plaque. Production will be limited to 300 units and sales are scheduled to begin next spring.

To amp up the CR-Z Racer, Honda engineers upgraded the IMA hybrid system and equipped the 1.5-liter petrol engine with a turbocharger. Thanks to these tweaks, output climbs to an estimated 200 hp (149 kW / 203 PS) and 175 lb-ft (237 Nm) of torque.

The Bisimoto Engineering CR-Z also boasts a turbocharger as well as a six-point roll cage, a coil-over suspension, and 18-inch wheels with Falken tires.

Eibach Springs decided to equip their CR-Z with a K&N intake and a Magna flow exhaust. Other goodies include a C-West body kit, 17-inch Work Emotion wheels, and Sparco seats.

Check out the press release to learn more about the other CR-Zs

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Motor show SEMA
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