CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman travels to Europe for his annual Road Trip adventure.
The spiritual return of the CR-X, this time in hybrid form.
With the help of its tuning partner, Mugen Motorsports, Honda launches the limited-edition Honda CR-Z Mugen RZ.
If you thought the Honda CR-Z Mugen was extreme, just wait until you see the CR-Z Mugen RR concept.
Although it's a fun, low-power car with sharp looks, the 2011 Honda CR-Z gains little from its hybrid system, and its cabin tech is barely average.
The CR-Z is Honda's attempt at making a sporty hybrid. This car uses Honda's IMA hybrid system for a small coupe. Low power and minimal fuel savings suggest Honda could have achieved similar results with a gas engine.
Honda's hybrid sports coupe gets a bit more power and a new S+ feature that behaves like an electric nitrous boost.
Honda releases a video of the its supercharged hybrid sport compact.
Honda's CR-Z gets supercharged by Mugen for close to 200hp. Is this the car Honda should have built in the first place? Well, no...
Honda's CR-Z is its new two-seater hybrid that echoes the old CRX look. We took the CR-Z on a drive through Northern California, and can safely call it the most fun drive we've had with any hybrid currently available. But it does have its quirks.
LHT Performance squeezes more power out of Honda's hybrid hatch with an engine swap worth 160-200 horsepower.