As promised, Honda attacked 2010 SEMA show with a convoy of CR-Z hybrids each customized in a very unique way. But amongst all of them, the one prepared by Mugen is more important, becasue it looks more decent than others, and also becasue you can actually buy it. The Mugen CR-z features stuff like bodykit, fancy rims, special colors, and upgraded interior.
To be more precise about it, the Mugen CR-Z comes with a full MUGEN body kit; a front grille; a rear wing spoiler; 17-inch “XJ” aluminum wheels; sport mats; a unique black aluminum shift knob and a billet aluminum oil-filler cap. Further, after purchase, each owner will receive a unique serial-number plaque designating each kit as one of 300 available. All of the painted parts will come color-matched to each of the five available CR-Z colors. Pricing details will be made available closer to the on-sale date.
Other custom CR-Z include the one by HPD, which features a turbocharger and upgraded IMA™ hybrid system, resulting in an estimated combined 200 horsepower and 175 lb-ft. of torque; performance clutch; limited-slip differential; ‘circuit-tuned’ suspension; upgraded brakes and aerodynamic components.
Honda Genuine Accessories also revealed two vehicles, a CR-Z equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels; side, front lip and tailgate spoilers; a rear diffuser; an illuminated door-sill trim and an interior armrest. Additionally, a 2010 Accord Coupe equipped with dealer-installed Honda Factory Performance™ (HFP™) components melded a distinctive, custom appearance with an enhanced level of handling performance.
Other aftermarket Honda CR-Z models include Bisimoto Engineering 2011 CR-Z, DSO Eyewear 2011 CR-Z Sport Hybrid Tuner, Eibach Springs 2011 CR-Z, Fortune Motorsports Samurai Gold 2011 Honda CR-Z, Konig Wheels 2011 CR-Z, Wraptivo 2011 CR-Z Type-F Concept. Scroll down for pictures…