After the leaked photos we showed you earlier this week, Honda has now officially revealed the 2016 CR-Z in Japan.
Up front, the 2016 CR-Z features a restyled fascia as seen in the new LED headlights, revamped bumper and revised grill. The CR-Z is also fitted with redesigned side skirts as well as new 16- and 17-inch aluminum wheels.
The rear of the 2016 CR-Z is more sculpted as compared to its predecessor. It gets a reshaped bumper while the taillights are unchanged.
The interior of the 2016 CR-Z gets minor design changes. It now has a push button ignition, an electronic parking brake, an armrest and an upgraded audio system. The CR-Z also comes with an active noise cancellation technology which reduces road noise.
Powertrain details were not released by Honda which could mean that the 2016 CR-Z will still carry the 1.5-liter i-VTEC gasoline engine with Integrated Motor Assist.