2010 Honda CR-Z Racer Concept
Honda’s North American racing company created two concept car of CR-Z model. Both are Honda CR-Z Hybrid R and Honda CR-Z Racer studies were developed to demonstrate the potential of both street and racing performance.
Both cars share the same performance enhancements including a turbocharger and upgraded IMA hybrid system, which result in an estimated combined output of 200 horsepower and 175 lb-ft. of torque. Both models also get a performance clutch, limited-slip differential, ‘circuit-tuned’ suspension, upgraded brakes and aerodynamic components.
2010 Honda CR-Z Racer Concept was stripped of every part that was not needed to keep the vehicle’s weight down and fitted with an array of racing accessories including a Sparco bucket seat and roll cage. Honda said that it will campaign two HPD CR-Z Racers at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill endurance race in December to show off the car’s racing capability.
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