Honda Fit was recently fully unclassified at the Tokyo Motor Show.
The current generation of the model has been on sale since 2001, has managed to cause a considerable stir and a massive decline in sales during this time.
The novelty will have a redesigned rack design in the front, which will help improve safety in a frontal impact. Engineers have finalized the electronics of the vehicle.
The car received an integrated Honda Sensing system, consisting of a front camera and eight sensors for improving the functions of the extra-braking system. We add that a similar system was implemented even in the basic version. Honda decided to offer consumers five different versions of the car to choose from (Basic, Home, Ness, Crosstar, Luxe).
Most likely, the car will have a hybrid e: HEV installation.