Honda design updates include enhanced technologies and better performance. The new 2016 CR-Z Hybrid Sport Coupe is getting some serious upgrades, from infotainment to exterior design. You won’t believe your eyes when you see this new model.
The new CR-Z Hybrid went on sale November 3rd, and car enthusiasts can’t get enough of it. According to Honda, the CR-Z Hybrid Coupe has a hybrid electric powerplant that gets up to 140 lb-ft of torque while retaining up to 39 highway mpg – pretty impressive for a sports car.
“Boasting an edgier, more chiseled look, the redesigned front end features sharp character lines that flow from the sheet work and terminate in an angular eight-point polygon grill. A sharp, blade-like front diffuser sweeps up from the center and dissects the front corners to form triangular fog light wells that create a wider look and feature prominent lower aero sills,” said Honda in a statement.
Infotainment upgrades include a 7-inch display audio touchscreen, Bluetooth, HD Radio and more. This model has three trims: LX, EX, and EX-L with manual, automatic, and continuously variable transmissions available.