CRZ Debuts In Detroit
A fter months of waiting-and plenty of hybrid envy as the Japanese got to see it first-the all-new 2011 Honda CR-Z sport hybrid coupe made its U.S. production debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Set to go on sale late this summer in the U.S., the CR-Z will feature two trim levels. A well-equipped baseline model will feature a six-speed manual transmission, six-speaker audio system, power windows and locks, and everything else you have come to expect from the Honda line. For non-baseline drivers, Honda unveiled the CR-Z EX, a feature-rich model with HID lights, premium seven speaker audio system, Bluetooth, and an optional navigation system upgrade. Viva la CRX! (sort of)