The Japanese based automaker Honda has recently teased the facelifted version of the CR-Z model on its local official website.
The Honda CR-Z has been recently launched in some markets across Asia, including Malaysia, just a couple of months ago, but, even so, the Japanese based automaker is planning to update the model. According to the guys at paultan.org, the car manufacturer has released some teaser images with what is supposed to be the facelifted version of the Honda CR-Z on the official Japanese Honda website.
Our source is saying that the teaser is a slider show with Japanese words and pictures of the model and it says, in the correct order: “for everybody, for every road, for any speed, enjoy the drive” and it ends with “Life Design Hybrid, Second Generation CR-Z”. Three questions remain until the new CR-Z will be revealed: “Is this a facelift?”, “Is this a new generation?” and “What’s the catch with the ‘S+’ button?”.
As a quick reminder, the Honda CR-Z is a compact vehicle marketed as a “sport hybrid coupe”, which is combining a hybrid gasoline-electric powertrain with a traditional sports car. The CR-Z is being manufactured by Honda ever since 2010 at the Suzuka facility, in Japan, as a successor to the Honda Insight. The Honda CR-Z is coming with a three-door body style and the model is 4,080 mm long, 1,740 mm wide and 1,395 mm tall, with a wheelbase of 2,435 mm and a curb weight of 1,236 kg for the CVT version.