The limited production CR-Z will only see 300 units produced in its lifetime, and those buyers will get to enjoy 156 hp and 136 lb-ft of torque thanks to a supercharger mated to the 1.5-liter hybrid engine. And while that output is less than lustworthy, the body modifications certainly are.
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Mugen has also transformed the CR-Z’s styling to something much more attractive and sporty with 17-inch wheels giving it a more fitting stance. There’s an adjustable wing on the trunk, while upgraded suspension and brake components makes the CR-Z an all-around, more fun car to drive.
If only the CR-Z came this way from the factory, and not just as a limited edition model.
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