It sounds weird, I know, but it’s not because of what I had as drinking material last night as we all waved good bye to 2010.
The actual excuse behind the weird sounding title is the rather weird, Japanese-English sounding press release that Noblesse put out.
Noblesse is a Japanese tuning firm that has been releasing various aftermarket parts for the Honda CR-Z since the first day it went out on sale.
In a more recent effort, the Japanese Hybrid Sports Hatchback has been given some more substantial upgrades by the team at Noblesse.
The latest kit available for the Honda CR-Z includes the fully monty: a ground effect aero-kit. To achieve the full effect, the Honda CR-Z receives new front and rear bumper aprons, side skirts, a rear diffuser and a large roof wing.
All of the parts are made from carbon fiber, as is the new hood and all of the under body bits needed to get that precious down force.
In taking geeky techniques to the extreme, Noblesse add two very important items to the mix, a new set of bigger, yet lighter alloy wheels and a totally dramatic sports exhaust system.