The next generation Honda Fit (also known as Jazz) which has already been spotted a couple of times testing under camouflaged skin is scheduled to make its debut in October 2019. According to Honda, the next gen Fit will break covers at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show which will be held between 24th October and 4th November.
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Based on the spy shots, Paultan has published speculated renderings of the upcoming Fit/ Jazz visualized by none other than the rendering wizard Theophilus Chin. On the outside, the fourth-generation Fit takes its inspiration from its second generation iteration. The headlamps seem to have become taller and are fitted with large square projectors, reminding the first two generations.
At the side, the door mirrors have been slightly relocated, and the side surfacing has been simplified, with a traditional high-set shoulder-line in place of the current model’s prominent shoulder creases. Elsewhere, the tail lights are now in horizontal two-pieces to help widen the look of the car.
The current third generation Fit/ Jazz was launched back in 2013 and after completing 6 years of its production life, will be replaced by the new generation model this year. According to reports the all-new Fit/Jazz will introduce a new version of Honda’s i-MMD dual-motor hybrid drivetrain. Honda says that the introduction of hybrid technology to smaller cars is an ‘important first step’ to its 2025 electrification goal.