This vehicle paper model is a 2007 second generation Honda Fit (Honda Jazz) paper car, a five-door hatchback subcompact manufactured by Honda, first introduced in June 2001 and now in its second generation, the papercraft created by Sakyo Studio. The name "Jazz" is used in Europe, Oceania, the Middle East, and Africa and some parts of Asia, while the name "Fit" is used in Japan, China, and the Americas.
Marketed worldwide and manufactured at ten plants in eight countries/regions, worldwide sales exceeded 3.5 million by July 2010. The Fit shares Honda's Global Small Car Platform with the Honda City /Fit Aria, Airwave/Partner, Mobilio, Mobilio Spike, Freed and Freed Spike. As of July 2010, worldwide cumulative sales were 3.5 million.
Honda released hybrid gasoline-electric versions of the Fit/Jazz in Japan in October 2010 and in Europe in early 2011. The Honda Fit EV, a limited production all-electric version, was released in the United States in July 2012. "Fit" was first used by Honda as a trim level package on the 1986 Honda City.
The second-generation Fit debuted on 17 October 2007 at the Tokyo Motor Show. The vehicle offers a longer wheelbase than its predecessor and is wider and longer overall. Overall height is unchanged, while interior height increased by .3 in. Multi-mode seating and cargo configurations are retained, with redesigned headrests enabling more convenient folding of the rear seats. The cabin features greater interior volume, and boot capacity decreased from 21.3 to 20.6 cubic feet (0.58 m3). North America models are slightly longer, due to a longer fascia; the difference is visible in photos below.
Two engines are offered in the new Fit. A 1.3 L (79 cu in) i-VTEC produces 98 hp (73 kW) at 6,000 rpm and 98 lbf·ft (133 N·m) at 4,500 rpm. This engine is offered in both European and Asian markets. A 1.5 L (92 cu in) i-VTEC engine is also offered and produces a maximum output of 117 hp (87 kW) at 6,600 rpm and 106 lbf·ft (144 N·m) at 4,800 rpm. This is the only engine available in the American market. A five-speed manual, five-speed automatic (4WD only) and CVT transmission are available.
The chassis was re-engineered, with structural rigidity increased by 164 percent over the first generation Fit. The Fit now features improved ride and handling. [Source: wiki]
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