Honda has made announcement for the 2011 Honda CR-Z Mugen specs including its power output. Installed with a supercharger which helped raise the output by 50% compared to the standard Honda CR-Z hybrid, the 2011 Honda CR-Z Mugen may outputs 197 bhp and 181lb.ft of torque with a strengthened and upgraded 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol unit.
2011 Honda CR-Z Mugen iCF system is another innovation that will be featured on the 2011 Honda CR-Z Mugen which helps all electro-mechanical system’s elements working well. 2011 Honda CR-Z Mugen comes with front and rear five-stage adjustable dampers, increased track width, 17 inch forged 2011 Honda CR-Z Mugen GP, and also large weight reduction with its carbonfibre bonnet and backseat removal.
2011 Honda CR-Z Mugen Euro’s project manager Colin Whittamore has said: “The idea was to use the significant advantage of the early torque provided by the Honda IMA electric motor, then increase the torque available from the petrol engine gradually, to first maintain and then increase this. A supercharger and complementary electronics allow us to very neatly map the IMA to the extra power and torque of the engine in a unique package, giving a smooth, integrated and powerful driving experience.”
As have been mentioned by the company that the 2011 Honda CR-Z Mugen will make its world debut at the 2011 Goodwood Festival of Speed in July.