• Nov 4th 2010 at 10:21AM
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Wraptivo Honda CR-Z – Click above for high-res image gallery

Wraptivo showed up at SEMA with two vinyl-wrapped masterpieces: a 2011 Honda CR-Z and a 2010 Nissan GT-R. In addition to the faux carbon fiber skin, the CR-Z hybrid wears a smattering of factory Honda aero pieces and aftermarket performance hardware. To give the hatch a little more pep, the Wraptivo crew threw in a supercharger system managed by a Hondata ECU and an easy-breathing exhaust.

Meanwhile, the sinister GT-R packs a set of custom powder coated Advan wheels and spacers from the crew at Fatlace. A set of KW coilovers gives the supercar its menacing stance, and the whole package is wrapped in the same high-end skin as the pint-sized CR-Z.


  • Wraptivo Honda CR-Z front 3/4
  • Wraptivo Honda CR-Z rear 3/4
  • Wraptivo Honda CR-Z rear 3/4
  • Wraptivo Honda CR-Z rear
  • Wraptivo Honda CR-Z rear 3/4
  • Wraptivo Honda CR-Z front 3/4
  • Wraptivo Honda CR-Z side
  • Wraptivo Honda CR-Z wheel
  • Wraptivo Honda CR-Z diffuser

  • Wraptivo Nissan GT-R front 3/4
  • Wraptivo Nissan GT-R rear 3/4
  • Wraptivo Nissan GT-R front
  • Wraptivo Nissan GT-R side
  • Wraptivo Nissan GT-R side
  • Wraptivo Nissan GT-R wheel
  • Wraptivo Nissan GT-R emblem
Photos copyright ©2010 Zach Bowman / AOL


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      • 4 Years Ago
      Usually I would think this is pretty lame but it actually looks good, I hate to admit.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Good god how many CR-Zs are at SEMA??? I'm tired of looking at the same bring car.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I wonder what supercharger they used for the CRZ? Rotrex?
      • 4 Years Ago
      I'm curious what the impact to fuel economy is when modifying the CR-Z. All of the CR-Z variants we've seen (or Prius for that matter), have larger, fatter wheels, revised front fascia, and ground effects. At best, assuming that these parts are functional and not just bling/pop/wow factor, the car will have increased grip, more airflow for cooling internal parts of the car, and increased downforce. While nice from a performance standpoint, these are all things the factory avoided to make the car more efficient (e.g. low rolling resistance tires and a slippery profile). At what point are the mods working against one of the primary purposes of the car and you've turned a somewhat sporty, somewhat efficient vehicle into a little more sporty, no more efficient vehicle? What's the point? It's like slamming a Suburban so it has a few inches of ground clearance.
      • 4 Years Ago
      lip stick on a pig... but the pig looks a bit better
      • 4 Years Ago
      I couldn't help but notice, the hood on that CR-Z is the equivalent of stuffing socks down your pants.
      • 4 Years Ago
      The CRZ can look good with the right wheels and body kit etc...but most of us are more interested in boosting the disappointing stock power levels.

      How much power does the supercharger add?! and does it work ok with the hybrid system?

      ...everyone is waiting to see a swapped k series with no hybrid in this thing!
      • 4 Years Ago
      I like what they did to the CR-Z, I wasn't too fond of the original car, but this one looks really good.
      • 4 Years Ago
      That GTR looks BADASS.

      Hands down one of the best looking GTR out there. It acutally looks good with the wing off.
      • 4 Years Ago
      This car, with an engine like the 180hp Fiat 1.4t along with a 6sp manual (and without any of the weight from the hybrid system/batteries) would be my ideal car. Lighter, faster, and probably get equal or better gas mileage.


      I can dream, can't I?
      • 4 Years Ago
      I love the matte black. I don't love the red wheels.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Please STOP with the one-off SEMA posts!
        • 4 Years Ago
        Please stop believing that the world revolves around you.
        • 4 Years Ago
        If Honda would just offer the Si engine in the CR-Z, we would be looking a very desirable car. But for some reason it has to be slow, underwhelming hybrid. Heres to hoping that the Type-R shown yesterday is pointing something a little more sporty than a hybrid.
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