Honda has unveiled in Japan its ‘farewell’version of CR-Z hybrid coupe, called Final Label. The model which has been produced since 2010, will now be removed from the conveyor, Motor reports.
Five special hues of the exterior and 17-inch brushed aluminum wheels will be available for the coupe. Sports seats with the inscription ‘Final Label’ on the backside are installed in the cabin. A plate with the same inscription has also appeared on the center tunnel.
Honda CR-Z is equipped with 1,5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine paired with an electric motor. The units provide 130 horsepower in total.
For the last five and half years, Honda has released about four million CR-Z hybrids..