Honda seems to have learned its lessons well. After the lackluster performance of the CR-Z hybrid during 2011 when only 11,000 cars could be sold, the leading global auto manufacturer has brought out an improved version of the Honda CR-Z in 2013, with just the right kind of improvements in areas where they mattered the most. The Honda CR-Z was launched with much fanfare in 2011 with the aim of gaining a significant share of the hybrid car market. That aim was unfortunately not realized because the model could not compete with the eye-catching improvements that were being brought out by hybrid and plug-in hybrid car manufacturers. Read More: