A brochure for the facelifted Honda Jazz, known in Japan and the USA as the Fit, has been leaked ahead of the car's launch in the middle of the year
If these pictures are real, the Jazz/Fit will feature a redesigned grille that blends into revised headlights with integral LED driving lights. There's also a revamped front bumper with a sportier styling treatment.
At the rear, the revised Jazz/Fit boasts new graphics for the tail-lights, and a cleaner design for the rear bumper.
In addition to the styling changes, the revised Fit will be offered, at least in Japan, with some new colour options, including red, gunmetal grey and light blue.
According to the leaker, the Honda Sensing safety package, which typically includes lane departure warning, lane keeping assistance, active cruise control, collision braking mitigation, and blind spot monitoring, will reportedly be offered in the revised Fit/Jazz.
In Japan, at least, the updated Jazz will continue to be offered with three drivetrain choices: a hybrid, and naturally-aspirated 1.3- and 1.5-litre four-cylinder engines.
The rumoured 1.0-litre turbocharged three-cylinder either isn't happening, or will be introduced further down the line.
The updated Fit will reportedly make its debut in its home market in June, with global sales set to follow during the second half of this year.