2011 Honda CR-Z By Eibach Springs: Official Info and Photos

by Zack Colt

After debuting at the 2010 SEMA Auto Show, this Honda CR-Z has been touched now by Eibach Springs, thus becoming the kind of car everyone knew it could be.

The work of the guys at Eibach Springs is pretty obvious just by looking at the car, since it has very many new and awesome features. Among them there are on the exteriour a C-West aero kit, a Mugen spoiler, an elaborate paint scheme and graphics, a new suspension program courtesy of Eibach, and a big brake kit from Stoptech.
In the interiour, the standard features of the CR-Z were taken out in favor of a complete racing set-up that includes Sparco seats and a full roll bar.

What is by far the most impportant and more awesome thing about this project is how they managed to take out the original hybrid drivetrain of the CR-Z and replace it with a 2.4-liter K24 four-cylinder engine from an Acura TSX, which produces 280 horsepower and gets some extra help from K&N with a new intake system.

Taking into consideration the fact that the CR-Z’s original IMA hybrid system is made up of a 1.5-liter engine combined with an electric motor that provides a total of 124 horsepower and 131 lb/ft of torque, we’re thinking that 280 ponies is a very significant upgrade.

Word is that this particular CR-Z will still receive a supercharger after SEMA, which means that when all is said and done, it’s going to pack way more than just 280 horsepower.

Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
Vector illustration of teamwork concept. Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
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Source: TopSpeed

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