2011 HONDA JAZZ HYBRID
Yesterday, Honda introduced the Japanese domestic market version of its new Fit (Jazz in Europe) Hybrid alongside the regular Fit model. It for the 2011 model year from a minor cosmetic refresh and equipment upgrades.
2011 Fit Hybrid use of the same IMA system with a 1.3 liter i-VTEC engine as the Honda Insight Hybrid, will go on sale in certain European markets. According to the Japanese automaker, the Jazz Hybrid’s fuel economy is estimated at 4.4 lt/100km [53.5 mpg US] in the combined European cycle.
For Japan, the new Honda Fit Hybrid is subtly refreshed version of the regular gasoline-powered Fit with a 1.3-liter engine. The modest facelift is limited to new grille and bumper (front and rear) designs which are said to help improve the car’s aerodynamic efficiency, plus revised tail lamps and updated interior trims.
2010 AMV-R SUPERCAR CONCEPT
In theory, the AMV-R Supercar Concept would be powered by a twin-turbo V-10 engine, rated at 850 horsepower enough to take on all but the world’s fastest supercars, like the Koenigsegg CCXR and Bugatti Veyron Supersport.
It looks a bit like a Pagani Zonda with its narrow cockpit and wide rear fender arches. The front end looks a bit more like Lamborghini’s generaly style, while the rear end looks almost Audi R8 V-10-inspired.