Honda CR-Z Mugen RR Concept

Making its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed is this Honda CR-Z RR concept model from

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Making its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed is this Honda CR-Z RR concept model from racing car manufacturer Mugen Motorsports. Alongside another, more basic CR-Z hybrid model, the RR concept car is as race-ready as one could expect it to be with exterior aero bits intended for track use, a racy exhaust, and a Mugen badge on the rear that warns it’s not to be messed with. While there’s no official word on what performance modifications have been made under the hood, it’s fairly safe to assume that the car comes fully loaded.

Source: Autoblog

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