Exclusive Content: Your first official look at the Bisimoto CR-Z…

With the SEMA 2010 event finally occurring this week, I can finally release these photos to the public. The car has been ready for some time now but due to contractual obligations, no photos could be released for it until this week. If you haven’t heard of the Bisimoto CR-Z before, be prepared, because it was quite a shock for myself to see it the first time. The graphics scheme alone is enough to dramatically pull your attention away but where this CR-Z truly shines is under the hood. Bisi has been hard at work trying to maximize the potential of the CR-Z and the dyno sheet below says it all…Enjoy. I didn’t take too many pictures that day but I must thank Bisi for giving me the first opportunity to photograph the car for the public. Specs will be released soon, for now, just enjoy the Bisimoto CR-Z in all of it’s glory….

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There’s a strong possibility that it is making even more power now that he’s had more time with it. At that time, which was probably the first time he had ever dyno’d it, the CR-Z made 464HP/327 lb-ft…

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The engine bay of the Bisimoto CR-Z…

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That’s all for today. There was more but I’ll save those for another time. I just wanted you guys to get a look at the CR-Z before everyone else got pictures of it at the SEMA show. I’m gonna check it out along with the other CR-Zs that have been built for the show after I get some much needed rest. I feel like a zombie that ate too much. More Vegas coverage tomorrow. Hopefully the internet connection improves…shit sucks here…

24 thoughts

  1. Im going to venture out and take a wild guess…he swapped in a k20. If not I’ll be flat lining if he built that hybrid motor.

    • Henry, that is in fact the hybrid IMA L15 setup the car comes. I’ve keeping up with the build thread and as far as I’ve understood everything still works, the car even retains the 3 driving modes, normal, economy, and sport. I don’t know how all it all works now, but it’s pretty impressive.

  2. As soon as the engine bay pic came along as i was scrolling. I almost spit out my coffee.

    So freakin pure win.

    Somewhere in the universe a galaxy just exploded causeof how awesome this is.

  3. Looks great!!!! Im lovin the wrap. Even though the car is black it still looks like a Bisi ride. The bay looks awsome as usual too!!!

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