Honda CR-Z


CARBARN | Honda CR-Z | Hybrid sports car made by Honda, the Honda CR-Z in the middle of the mat Indonesia International Motor Show (IIMS) 2011 which took place July 22 to 31 is quite a celebration it ignited the attention of visitors. Only, Honda Indonesia had no intention of marketing it.

Honda CR-Z
"The design and nice view, technology is also okay. Just a pity, maybe if sale price is too expensive for hybrid technology, "said Willy, one of the visitors who met in the arena of IIMS 2011, Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran, Central Jakarta, Tuesday, July 26, 2011. The man who claimed self-employed and lives in Taman Palem, Cengkareng, West Jakarta, was called originally thought the Honda CR-Z is a conventional-engined cars. However, after the Honda booth is described by the guards themselves understood when the car is using hybrid technology, which is a blend between an electric motor and a conventional engine.
 
Honda CR-Z
Not just Willy. Several other guests also mentioned the same thing. But, certainly, they admitted impressed with the car on sale in Japan in early 2010 and has now expanded to various countries. Previously, Jonfis Fandy, Director of Marketing and Sales Service of PT Honda Prospect Motor (HPM) who was contacted some time ago admitted that it deliberately took the Honda CR-Z into a celebration of IIMS 2011 only to show Honda's technological superiority. "To give the public an understanding to what extent the development of green technologies that achieved the Honda, was in line with the theme of IIMS 2011," I am he. Honda CR-Z - stands for Compact Renaissance Zeromobil - was carrying the 1,500 cc four-cylinder petrol. Conventional engines were capable of spraying power up to 114 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and torque of 145 Newtonmeter (Nm) at 4.800rpm.
 
Honda CR-Z
The machine was mated with an electric motor, Honda's Integrated Motor Assist (IMA). Powered motor that is claimed 13.5 horsepower. Total power output is channeled to the wheels by using a system of six levels of speed manual transmission. But Honda also offers a choice of automatic transmission technology with continuously variable transmission (CVT) six-speed. Honda in Japan sell in the range of 2.27 to 2.5 million yen, or about USD 230 - USD 260 million

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