Fans of the beloved old Honda CRX Si may finally get what they want in its spiritual successor, the CR-Z.
The CR-Z has the look of a third-generation Honda CRX, xx years after Honda stopped selling it.
Now, Autocar, a British auto enthusiast publication is saying that Honda is working on a new powertrain that trades the current car’s hybrid powertrain for a turbocharged engine. How does a CR-Z Si sound? Or even a CR-Z Type R.
Autocar says its sources in Japan say Honda is working on a new turbocharged 1.6-liter four cylinder aimed at replacing the 2.0-liter from the defunct Civic Type R.