To demonstrate their function, style, performance and agility capabilities, MUGEN of Japan has built a Honda CR-Z MUGEN RR design concept. The model was produced by M-TEC in Japan for show purposes.
Many bespoke prototype parts feature in the Honda CR-Z MUGEN RR, of which some are created in carbon fibre such as the bonnet, passenger doors, rear tailgate and full length carbon fibre underbody. Other features include a twin central-exit exhaust, vented front bumpers and race-developed suspension. 4-piston monobloc brake calipers in orange and forged 18 inch alloy wheels complement the Valencia Orange Pearl exterior paint work.
For the interior, seats are covered in colour coded and MUGEN-branded leather/Alcantara. An additional information screen provides chassis and engine data and a satellite navigation and audio system. The system can also monitor the car and over two laps, "learn" a circuit and then record lap data and vehicle tracking via GPS.
The Honda CR-Z MUGEN RR concept was first unveiled in the Moving Motor Show at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
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