The 2016 CR-Z looks familiar, but more angular and aggressive.

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When it's dark inside your personal airplane hangar, you'll be glad you splurged for the optional HID headlamps.

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Honda has switched out the CR-Z's old slat grille for a sportier mesh execution.

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The CR-Z's stubby rear end remains, albeit with new ground effects.

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The 2016 CR-Z's profile deviates the least from past years, but subtle sill extensions are new.

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In this view you can clearly see the optional LED fog lights and LED daytime running lamps.

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Rear visibility has never been a CR-Z strong suit, but newly added LaneWatch blind-spot technology should help.

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Note the redesigned center stack and brushed-metallic trim.

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North America's CR-Z will continue to be available exclusively as a two seater.

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With a retuned suspension and bigger brakes, the 2016 CR-Z should be better equipped to tackle roads like this.

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