Full Article: http://passiondriving.de/2011/11/21/mehr-energie-sport-hybrid-honda-cr-z-im-fahrbericht/
Had an Honda CR-Z out for a test drive. It's been promoted as "Sport Hybrid". It feels sportive and isn't a bad car, but for spreading an authentic feeling it's missing just about 20-30 horse power.
Car Throttle: 2011 Honda CR-Z Review
Adnan gives Honda's "sporty hybrid" CR-Z a tasty treat with a trip to the British seaside on an end-of-summer's day. Did the petrol+electric combo make sense, or did the whole package fall short? Hit play above to find out!
Honda CR-Z review - CarBuyer
Full review: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/honda/cr_z/hatchback/review
As fuel-prices are on the up, it's becoming harder to find genuine driving thrills on a budget. But Honda thinks it has the answer. The CR-Z is based on the Honda Insight, but it uses a 112bhp 1.5-litre engine, rather than a 1.3-litre unit. The petrol engine is paired with a 10bhp electric motor, which gives the CR-Z a 0-62mph time of 9.9 seconds and top speed of 124mph.
Honda CR-Z Mugen Hybrid v Ariel Atom Mugen - Auto Express
Full review: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/videos/videoreviews/269185/mugen_vs_mugen_review.html#ixzz1QBbY7ovl
Mugen is a company that doesn't do things by half -- and lately Honda's tuning arm has been extremely busy.
The world's most skeletal car, the Ariel Atom has been given a power Boost without the need for a Supercharger. The result is a 270bhp output from its 2.0-litre Honda-sourced engine that makes it just about the fastest thing on four wheels. Alongside the Atom Mugen we drove the CR-Z Mugen -- currently a one-off tuned version of the hybrid coupe.
Supercharged Honda CR-Z MUGEN in action
Watch the prototype Honda CR-Z MUGEN, developed in conjunction with MUGEN Euro, make its first appearance on the road.
Performance figures already look promising for this supercharged Honda CR-Z, as early tests with a prototype car based on a standard CR-Z and a mid-tune engine giving 0-60mph times around that of the Civic Type R.