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Honda Forum 09-08-2012 05:13 PM

Honda CR-Z facelift teased on Japanese site
 
Filed under: Hybrid, Paris Motor Show, Hatchback, Honda

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On September 27, a date that will see us sifting through the action on the Paris Motor Show floor, it looks like the Honda CR-Z will show off its mid-cycle refresh. Honda's Japanese web site has a short slideshow revealing three new features of the next little hybrid hatchback.

The scant bit of text is all in Japanese, naturally, so we don't know how the "Life Design Hybrid" is being pitched. While we couldn't make out any words or characters that suggested the CR-Z will become a widebody twin-turbo V6, some LED DRLs, snazzy new wheels and a button marked "S+" have been given away. The CR-Z already has a Sport setting, so if S+ brings a higher grade of performance, perhaps that could mean a few more hardcore bits and a goosing of its horsepower will come in tow. This is all speculation, though, but now we know we have even more surprises coming in three weeks.Honda CR-Z facelift teased on Japanese site originally appeared on Autoblog on Sat, 08 Sep 2012 12:51:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.



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