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Honda CR-Z

TThe Honda CR-Z is the company's next generation of gasoline-electric hybrid sports coupe. The two-seater is reminiscent of the old CRX that stopped production some years back.

The Honda CR-Z (Compact Renaissance Zero) is light years away from their CRV in styling, performance and functionality.

The Honda CR-Z was introduced at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show as a concept vehicle, but Honda has stated publically that the CR-Z will go into production as early as 2009. The Honda CR-Z, with mid-engine V6 vehicle rated at 300 bhp engine is also equipped with a 6-Speed Sequential transmission.


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Honda CR-Z


According to Environment Manager at Honda (UK) John Kingston, "Hybrids have always been seen as niche products, and hybrid car design has mostly been based around practicality and versatility, The CR-Z Concept looks stunning, and shows that green cars can be sexy and exciting - but also minimize environmental impact."

Honda has not released some important information about the Honda CR-Z such as the gas mileage, types of batteries, top speed, zero to 60 mph acceleration, and other specifications. At this point, they are relying more on the visual shock and awe of the vehicle to suffice.

With the release of the Honda CR-Z, however, the Japanese automaker will be selling approximately 250,000 hybrids in 2009. And, when it comes to greening the environment, that ain't no small potatoes.