Honda Gear Concept Inspired By Fixies

Honda Gear Concept Inspired By Fixies
Design

Is this the real CR-X successor?

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 20 january 2013

From 1983-1991, Honda produced what some say is their most iconic car, the CR-X. The front wheel drive, two seat sports compact car was small, stylish, affordable and fun to drive. Motor Trend went so far as to honor it as Import Car of the Millenium for 1990. Honda tried but hasn’t managed to find the same formula since. The current CR-Z, said to be the spiritual successor to the CR-X includes a hybrid powertrain and suspension developed on European racetracks. All fine but missing is the bold simplicity of the original.

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