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Old 11-29-2010, 03:28 PM
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Here is a Honda CR-Z that was designed for 2010 SEMA show, unfortunately it never made it. The intention was to keep it clean and to give it a feel of the original CRX. Hope you guys like it! All feedback is much appreciated.





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Old 11-29-2010, 03:30 PM
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Dang that is sick^^^^^
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Old 11-29-2010, 09:29 PM
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That hardly gives it a crx touch.
Not digging it.
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i like
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FAIL @ RWD style stagger on a FWD!
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The wheel package looks awful to me as it appear highly non-functional. You want more [b]tire[b] underneath your "sports car" (I use that loosely), not more wheel. The whole "flush" look is nothing more than modern ricing by taking something that is functional (tire/wheel/suspension) and making far less functional.

However, the rest of the car looks terrific.
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I feel like the stock cr-z feels more like the original crx than that
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wow, i hate modern wheel trends lol
easily ruins what could be a damn fine example of how the CR-Z can be done, just so it appeals to people riding the current bandwagon
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FAIL @ RWD style stagger on a FWD!
Exactly, so pointless...
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It looks good, but I don't feel like it was influenced much by the CRX over any other CRZ.
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Old 12-01-2010, 07:32 PM
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The rear kinda reminds me of the 350z. But I don't think it's bad looking at all. But do agree with the "less tire more wheel" opinion.
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The intention was to keep it clean white with a strip of black on the bottom portion of the car like the original CRX pictured above. As far as the wheels go... I completely agree, the dishes are way too deep for a none widebody and most likely wouldn't work in real life... I tried to get the stance, everyone is so crazy about these days. I suppose I could fit it with some spoon's?? Suggestions for wheels, are welcome.

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Old 12-03-2010, 03:43 PM
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i like it but the wheels could be a little less deep... +8 should be good thats way to deep
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I love the concept other then the wheels, like everyone else said, wayyyy too deep.
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Looks good in a sketch...Let's just hope it doesn't look like a 2010 version of the shogun front bumper once/if it's molded.

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I like it. Including the wheels and offset, the only thing I see wrong is those wheels are wayyy to big for that car lol. Try some 16s haha
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