The 2020 Honda Fit (Jazz in Europe) has been revealed, and it has an all new, but very familiar body with more refined styling inside and outside.
The new Fit/Jazz will be available with a new e:HEV hybrid powertrain (it will be the only offering in Europe).
Visibility is improved because the thickness of the A pillars has been reduced by half. The interior has rear Magic Seats again, the latest touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a digital instrumentation screen, Wi-Fi hotspot, and a two spoke steering wheel.
The Honda Sensing safety package now includes a wide high definition camera, better detection of verges without markings, autonomous emergency braking with improved night time detection, adaptive cruise control with low speed follow, and lane keeping assist in urban and rural roads.
A new Crosstar variant is available on the fourth generation Fit/Jazz, and has raised ride height, different grille and bumpers, water resistant upholstery, integrated roof rails, and fender extensions.
The new Fit goes on sale in Japan from February 2020, and the Jazz goes on sale in Europe from the middle of 2020. US availability has yet to be confirmed.