Tokyo Motor Show: Honda confirms production of CR-Z Hybrid Concept

Honda CR-Z Concept

Honda today revealed its new Honda CR-Z Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show. The Japanese auto maker also confirmed that the CR-Z, which seems to be the replacement for the Honda Insight based on the glass-hatched 1983 CR-X, will go into production sometime late 2009 to mid-2010.

“The fact that we will be producing cars like this ““ and the global hybrid ““ proves that hybrid cars are becoming key volume products within our range. All of this means that Honda will be selling over 1/4 million hybrids a year by 2009, said Honda UK”s Environment Manager, John Kingston.

Yesterday at a press conference held ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, Honda said that it introduce an all new global hybrid car that will make the gasoline-electric technology more affordable to consumers. We’re hoping that the production version will look exactly like the CR-Z.

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