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Factory Tuned Supercharged Hybrid Honda CR-Z: A Baby NSX?

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( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The Honda CR-Z is know for being a fuel efficient hybrid so what happens when Honda’s performance division (HPD) adds a supercharger to the small two seater? Roman recently found out.

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Jai McD says:

This car needs a lighter frame, and a better battery. It's a step down from the 2015 Civic. There is no point in the battery if it doesn't actually save you millage.

JOGO says:

Crap ! could buy and after market supercharger for about $2000 and get 200 hp.

Chicago Hype says:

Stock exhaust ???

SPS says:

I could see a more viable option being to modify a used CR-Z, and skip the Honda bullshit.

Ashleyann Ramos says:

baby nsx???? stupid ass

Alexandre Lollini says:

All those who factor cash in are missing the point, take a niche car, add boutique performance parts, you get a beautiful and fun car that retains most of the fuel efficiency, a giant boot… Putting money to get something more exclusive and rare, that returns pleasure… This is the point. all the other people get a Megane, a Focus, a Civic, whatever. My 2011 cr-z with JRSC and Spoon brakes is great fun, what is missing from mine is the "factory" clean and tight, almost silent feel. A modified car will never reach a direct factory car in cost. If Honda makes a type S or R out of the CR-Z it will be less money just because you don't have parts to replace. This is still a unique car with no direct comparison or competition. And nothing replaces its sketch : the look of it : classy, sharp, low, compact, space shuttle feel .

Chris A says:

38k for the supercharger.
Another fail by Honda, but this one is a real shame because this is the best looking coupe Honda has made in years. This car with a k20a would have been another CRX si.

Rai YaN says:

FR CRZ IS BETTER.. HONDA SHOULD THINK ABOUT IT. CRZ IS NOT SELLING.

Chris Atkinson says:

The whole video and no view under the hood come on lol

AzuriteFaLc0n says:

YES a SUPERCHARGED, MANUAL HYBRID. I'm buying

tillallareoneluv says:

if you pay 35k for this you deserve it.

Mrfreeinfofromfools says:

looks good on the streets

bigmarkdarula says:

that guy gets paid serious money to never listen to anything people actually want (hint new s2k)

crxdelsolsir says:

Honda should revamp their marketing team and strategy

This should have sold this with different power trains.

This should have been sold as the CRX (To link it to its original heritage)

Have the Regular NA Engine = Si

Have the top of the Line regular Engine = SiR (the Original top of the range Badge) and leave the kids with their Type R

K engine (NA) special version with a 10,300 Red Line (Only avail on the CRX)

Have the regular Hybrid version = HF (Hybrid Fuel Efficiency orientation)

Have the Hybrid with Supercharge = HP (Hybrid Performance orientation)

cloud chaser says:

do the electric motors help the gas engine with the power? the car would be alot quicker if it did.

H P says:

i guess ppl forget it was meant to be a sporty commuter car not meant to compete against a mustang camaro wrx brz

tawilk says:

so, $35K for a car that performs less than a stock BRZ or Camaro which are $5-8K less. too bad you couldn't just get the turbo as a standard feature or trim line.

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