2019 Honda CR-Z is really anticipated to become launched to supply a redesigned coupe from the previously crossbreed design in a completely distinct style. Our initial impressions of the next generation CR-Z is very good indeed. It looks a lot more attractive than the current version and looks are quite menacing. It had swoopy styling but it’s performance was tepid and that’s being kind.
2019 Honda CR-Z Exterior and Interior Design
Based on its concept, its changes and upgrades are still unclear. Rumors and predictions can help us to get known some possible things around 2019 Honda CR-Z. Honda features centered further about the exterior layout on the revolutionary Honda CR-Z as a consequence of gradual sales of one’s previously variation. According to a recent report, the Japanese automaker is looking closely at transforming the CR-Z into a performance-oriented sports car when it gets redesigned in time for the 2019 model year. The next CR-Z will reportedly borrow its platform from the next-generation Civic, but the company will shorten it by about four inches from the wheelbase to give it a more compact body. It is pretty safe to assume that the future CRZ will still look like a CRZ with the sloped roof, the large rear hatch door and the long doors.
Inside the cabin, the CRZ will likely feature the same dashboard as the usual Civic but it will get its own instrument cluster tailored for its specific engine, better seats and a lower driving position. Furthermore, the upgrades will be added such as the touchscreen, guiding wheel features, instrument panel, satellite navigation, USB, Bluetooth connectivity, rear parking sensors and others.
2019 Honda CR-Z Price and Release Date
With every one of these updates, the 2019 Honda CR-Z costs beginning up at $21,130. While it’s still some way out, we understand a CR-Z prototype or concept car may surface at the 2017 Auto Show in advance of an on-sale date sometime in early 2019.
2019 Honda CR-Z Powertrain and Performance
In the event the rumor is correct, 2019 Honda CR-Z be marginally larger than the current CR-Z model. The car will be receiving a detuned version of the 2.0 liter turbocharged V-TEC 4 cylinder engine found in the upcoming Honda Civic Type-R. The engine is tuned to produce 280 horsepower and 295 lb ft of torque. Honda is planning to revisit the hybrid for the Japanese domestic market. That edition will employ a turbocharged 1.5 liter hybrid i-DCD powertrain generating upwards of 200 horsepower and incorporating an eight-speed automatic transmission. Nonetheless engine a detuned, we expect power output and torque figures to remain the same or slightly lower for 2019 Honda CR-Z.