The exterior and interior of the Honda Jazz, sold in Japan and the US as the Fit, has been revealed overnight ahead of the car's full debut later this week at the 2019 Tokyo motor show.
These photos of a booklet or magazine were provided to Japanese website Creative Trend.
In Japan, the new Fit will be sold in five grades: Basic, Home, Ness, Luxe and Crosstar.
For the Basic, Home, Ness and Luxe, the new Fit has a large bar grille, and tail-lights that stretch into the tailgate. The sportier-looking Ness model adds alloy wheels, and contrasting colours for the side rubbing strips, roof arch and wing mirror caps.
The Crosstar, as its name implies, is an off-road themed model. It has a unique grille and bumper treatment, black plastic wheel arch protectors, and taller suspension.
According to the Japanese publication, all domestic market Fit models will be fitted with a 7.0-inch instrumentation display as standard. Depending on the model, the infotainment screen can be as large as 9.0 inches diagonally.
The interior has a more refined design, with high-end variants featuring a contrasting colour scheme for the dash and seats. Interestingly, most models seem to be fitted with a two-spoke steering wheel.
Although Honda will only offer the new Jazz with a 1.5-litre hybrid in Europe, non-hybrid drivetrain options are expected for other markets.