Saturday, September 4, 2010

Wraptivo Honda CR-Z Sport Hybrid "Type-F" Concept

Wraptivo Honda CR-Z Sport Hybrid
Wraptivo™ has announced custom 2011 Honda CR-Z sport hybrid concept build dubbed “Type-F” at this year's SEMA show. The Type-F concept will feature a sportier aesthetic over stock with the use of a combination of Honda Accessories Aero pieces and along with other aero components from Japan. The Wraptivo Honda CR-Z is wrapped Matte Black and Carbon Black Film with small accents made in gloss black.

The CR-Z will serve as a model for Wraptivo to present options to wrap vehicles and give an overview of how the customization can take advantage of this technology as a way to protect your new paint factory, while the ability to change easily the appearance of your vehicle.

Wraptivo Honda CR-Z Sport Hybrid Type F Concept
Wraptivo Honda CR-Z Sport Hybrid "Type-F" Concept
To improve performance, we seek to develop a compressor, suspension package, an air of ECU, exhaust and other components with our technology partners: Honda Accessories, Tein, HKS BF Goodrich, Volk Racing, Hondata, and others to be confirmed at a later date. Interior improvements will be subtle, but functional. Recaro seats, a shifter, front panels and sports will be held to give the driver a sports experience for pleasure full. The completed Wraptivo ™ Honda CR-Z as the F-Type concept created for us to drive digital illustrator Jon Sibal ( although, like the F-Type concept is still in the early stages of final production can differ slightly from illustration.

Wraptivo The F-Type Concept will make its official debut at the SEMA Show 2010 in the exhibition American Honda, while the automaker rolled Wraptivo by product line of Meguiar's will also be launched in the same world event. Visit Stand 24 643 (in the lobby of the center) to learn more about the cabin and to see Wraptivo Wraptivo American Honda CR-Z. Therefore, our intention is to test all of our performance improvements in the CR-Z Interlink F-Type, in this case Super Lap Battle time held the week after the conclusion of Sema.


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