2017 Honda CR-Z Turbo Review and Release – If you have been looking for the 2017 Honda CR-Z Turbo updates, you probably will be glad to know that aside from the turbo power, you can also expect a hybrid system as well as two seater arrangement, making this ride not only sporty but also stylish and classy. When it comes to performance, would you ever doubt Honda for doing special things that have been their best trademarks for as long as they have been in the business?
New Updates for 2017 Honda CR-Z Turbo
It seems that Honda has been busy within the last few years. They have been busy working together with McLaren developing the machine and power for the Australian Grand Prix Formula One and they are also developing the new production for the Civic Type R 2016 as well as the upcoming NSX. As if they weren’t busy enough, they are developing their plan for the sports coupe 2017 Honda CR-Z Turbo Review and Release with all the features, technologies, and power. Another good news from the brand includes the fact that the new sport coupe is set for a more affordable price although it depends of the production and how Honda manages to make it all possible.
Improvements for 2017 Honda CR-Z Turbo
If you want know more about the 2017 Honda CR-Z Turbo Review and Release, you should know that the basic design is based on the Fit version and platform but with a better modification and a better handle. There are some tweaks that Honda like 2017 Honda Insight Review that will make to address the basic functionality and use for this sporty ride. For a starter, the fuel tank will be moved to the rear side – not on the central like the original position. And to keep the production cost lower, the new CR-Z will be constructed from the basic model of Civic but the wheelbase will be cut up to four inches.
2017 Honda CR-Z Turbo Engine
It is predicted that the new ride will be likely use the four cylinder VTECT turbocharged 2.0 liter engine that is delivering 280 hp of power. It is basically the design of the Civic. That’s why it is probably going to be called as the high performance Civic CR-Z when released in the American auto market.
Moreover, Honda is planning a hybrid system with turbocharged i-DCD hybrid 1.5 liter engine with auto eight speed transmission and 200 hp of power. Hopefully, Honda can produce the prototype and introduce the 2017 Honda CR-Z Turbo Review and Release during Detroit Motor Show 2017.