Honda Fit: What you need to know about the Honda Fit and what to expect from the next-generation car from the company that has been around for 15 years

The Honda Fit is Honda’s next-gen sports car, and it’s coming soon.

The company unveiled the Fit 2 at its Tokyo unveiling on Monday.

It’s a more compact version of the Fit, with a much wider wheelbase and slightly wider, more upright seat.

It also sports the same rear-mounted LED taillight as the Fit 1.

The Fit 2 also sports an active safety feature called “Pioneer Drive” that allows the driver to steer the car on his or her own by pushing a button.

Honda also unveiled a few other details, including a 2.5-liter V6 turbocharged engine that will give the Fit the power to reach 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and go 100 miles on a charge in just over six hours.

And while it’s still not clear if it will be an all-wheel drive vehicle, it does have a steering wheel that’s much wider than the Fit’s.

Honda Fit 2 image via Honda image source Honda Fit2 image via YouTube The Honda is launching the Fit in Japan next month, and the new car will be available in a range of colors and options.

It will come with the standard engine, but it’s also expected to have a hybrid option.

For now, the Fit is only available in Japan and the United States.

There’s no word yet on whether the Fit will be offered in Europe or Asia.

The new Fit will likely sell for around $40,000, but we don’t expect it to be priced competitively with other sporty luxury SUVs.

The car will also come with a new “premium package” that includes heated front seats, power windows, heated seats, and a premium audio system.

You can get a taste of the new interior in our video above, and you can learn more about the car’s interior in this slideshow.

The Honda also revealed a few more details about the Fit2, including how it will perform in highway driving.

It has a range-topping 0-60 mph time of 4.7, and will reach a top speed of 155 mph.

The top speed is claimed to be “well above” 200 mph.

And the Fit-2 is reportedly able to reach a range between 250 and 400 miles on one charge.

It can also get by on electricity from its battery pack.

If the car does have some drawbacks, it will likely be limited to the country’s only EV charging stations.

The interior of the Honda will likely not be as detailed as the current Fit, but Honda says that it’s working to improve the interior, particularly in regards to the navigation system.

There will be more options for people to customize the interior as the car comes to market, including leather upholstery and the addition of a heated steering wheel.

The first Fit cars will be priced at around $30,000.

For the next year, the company says it will release a number of other models, including the Fit 3 and Fit 4, and then a new SUV that will be powered by the same V6 engine.