Since the SEMA Show and the LA Auto Show, we know that there will be a more powerfull version of the CR-Z. Now information has just leaked on what will be under the bonnet.
For both CR-Z Racer and CR-Z hybrid R, BorgWarner will supply its latest EFR "Engineered For Racing" turbos to Honda Performance Development, Inc.(HPD). In short: it offers an unprecedented package of advanced technologies, including Gamma TiAl (titanium aluminide) turbine wheels, ceramic ball bearings…
"BorgWarner's EFR turbocharging technology delivers increased thrust capacity, quicker boost response, greater efficiency and improved durability—everything professional race car drivers desire," said Roger Wood, Executive Vice President, BorgWarner.
The 2011 HPD CR-Z Racer that will debut at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill, December 3rd – 5th.
As the same 1.5-liter engine but, fitted with BorgWarner's EFR turbocharger the power is increased by 50% (not including hybrid assist).
Awaiting a video of the HPD version here is one of the Mugen