Honda has boasted that the upcoming 2011 CR-Z hybrid will put an end to the belief that hybrids aren’t sporty. While although that has yet to be proven by the media, Honda’s performance division, Mugen has released what modifications will be available for the new hybrid.
A new bodykit, roof-mounted spoiler, custom grille with LED lights in addition to several carbon-fiber accessories and alloy-wheel designs will be available. Inside there is an available Mugen gear shifter, revised instrument clusters and Mugen floormats.
The 2011 Honda CR-Z will hit dealers in the second half of 2010.
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