2011 Honda CR-Z with optional accessories – Click above for high-res image gallery

Honda's big introduction at this year's Paris Motor Show may have been the 2011 Jazz Hybrid, but that doesn't mean the Japanese automaker didn't bring some other automotive fodder for us to look at. Here, for example, is the new CR-Z hybrid hatch wearing some of Honda's optional visual accessories.

Honda is really trying to emphasize that the CR-Z is a sport hybrid. By adding things like larger wheels, a mesh grille, unique blue-tinged headlights, carbon fiber trim and a rear spoiler, the little hybrid's visual sportiness has indeed been improved without falling prey to the over-modded tuner look. This CR-Z may certainly look the part of a new-age hot hatch, but even the fanciest of body jewelry won't help the not-entirely-sporty and not-so-efficient hybrid powertrain under the hood.

Click your way through our gallery of live images below to see and judge the added visual modifications for yourself.


2011 Honda CR-Z
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2011 Honda CR-Z
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2011 Honda CR-Z
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2011 Honda CR-Z
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2011 Honda CR-Z
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2011 Honda CR-Z
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  • 2011 Honda CR-Z with headlight accessories
2011 Honda CR-Z
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  • 2011 Honda CR-Z with optional wheels
2011 Honda CR-Z
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  • 2011 Honda CR-Z with optional mirrors
2011 Honda CR-Z
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  • 2011 Honda CR-Z with carbon fiber side detail
2011 Honda CR-Z
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  • 2011 Honda CR-Z with optional rear spoiler
2011 Honda CR-Z
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  • 2011 Honda CR-Z with carbon fiber rear detail
2011 Honda CR-Z
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2011 Honda CR-Z
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2011 Honda CR-Z
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