The Honda CR-Z Racer is not a new car – a version of it took to Le Mans last summer – but we got to see it for the first time at the Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress in Detroit and realized this thing is indeed ready for the track.
Cr Z Hybrid
The Honda CR-Z hybrid isn't the CRX gloriously returned from the dead, but it also isn't all that bad. Maybe what the car needs to attract some attention is a big, flashy 3D display in Times Square that takes up five blocks and where, as the press release says, "Maxim Magazine models will distribute copies of their special 3-D October issue and Honda will sponsor a special performance from chart-topping hip-hop trio, N.E.R.D." In fact, Honda's CR-Z advertising in NYC will be the "first-ever ta
Honda has officially joined the ranks of automakers like Kia and Ford by posting solid profits during the fourth quarter of the company's fiscal year. The Japanese automaker managed to see profits rise by 28 percent compared to the same period last year, thanks largely to increased hybrid sales. The announcement marks the fourth-straight quarter of profits for the company after seeing a rare operating loss at the end of March, 2009.
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