Mugen of Japan has built a CR-Z Mugen RR design concept to demonstrate it’s abilitiy to enhance the car in terms of function, style, performance and agility. The CR-Z Mugen RR was built by M-TEC in Japan for show purposes only and there are currently no plans for further production.
The CR-Z Mugen RR was created with many prototype parts, several of which were created in carbon fiber, including the hood, passenger doors and tailgate. Other unique features include a full-length carbon-fibre underbody, twin center-exit tailpipes, vented front bumper and race-derived suspension.
The concept wears orange four-piston monoblock brake calipers and forged 18-inch wheels to complement the vibrant Valencia Orange Pearl exterior paint. Inside, the seats are clad in Mugen-branded color-matched leather and alcantara.
The addition of a race-developed information screen on the dash has the ability to record chassis and engine data as well as housing navigation and audio systems. It kit will monitor the car over two laps to “learn” the circuit, then record lap data using GPS.
The design concept was unveiled for its world debut at the beginning of July in the Moving Motor Show area at Goodwood Festival of Speed in Southern England.