Spoon Planning Tuning Options for 2011 Honda CR-Z Hybrid Coupe

Spoon Honda CR-Z

The 2011 Honda CR-Z hybrid just made its official production debut in January and is already a hotbed of tuning activity. It’s a foregone conclusion that the car will receive Type-R treatment from Honda’s in-house mod shop and Mugen has revealed initial details on a body kit, wheels and interior accessories they plan to offer once sales commence. Now, Spoon has jumped into the mix…

This Japanese wrench shop is introducing a host of tuning options. A suspension upgrade drops the ride height by 50mm with new coilovers in front and a spring/shock combo in back. Special calipers with 15-inch slotted discs take over braking duty. A new N1 exhaust system is in full effects with some ECU tweakage planned to add a little more kick. Spoon is also serving up some CR93 wheels in their signature blue hue to match the calipers. The body gets a minor revamp with a new carbon fiber hood, mirrors and front lip spoiler.

Spoon Honda CR-Z

Back in 2008, the SEMA Show it was all about the Hyundai Genesis Coupe. Then in 2009, the Chevy Camaro took center stage. This next event might be all about this new breed of hatchbacks. That is if the Toyota FT-86 doesn’t steal all the thunder…

Source: Spoon