Honda Fit: A stylish plug-in hybrid that can go from zero to 60mph in 4.7 seconds

By now, you’ve probably heard about the Honda Fit.

Its styling is inspired by BMW’s Fit and Mercedes’ C-Class, with an aerodynamic shape and a body-mounted electric motor that can power the car at speeds of up to 60 miles per hour (96km/h).

Now, we’re getting to the nitty-gritty of the thing, and the HondaFit has some impressive specs.

The Fit uses a 5-seat, three-door sedan that has a trunk space of 2,400 square feet.

It’s powered by a 4.2-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that can produce up to 300 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque.

That’s a little over three times the torque of a normal Toyota Camry.

The car also gets a 17-inch touchscreen with the same sort of infotainment capabilities as the Fit’s touchscreen.

Its main powertrain is the electric motor.

The Honda Fit is a plug-ins hybrid, meaning you get all of the benefits of a gasoline-powered vehicle with all of its safety and emissions features, but you can drive it with a gasoline engine.

That means you’ll be able to travel from San Francisco to San Diego in just 3.8 seconds on the highway, with a quarter-mile (1.5km) to go, while the fuel economy is rated at 26 MPG (18mpg) on a full tank of gas.

The EPA says the Fit can get from zero in 3.9 seconds on an empty stretch of highway to 60 mph in just over four seconds.

That makes it the quickest electric hybrid you can buy.

It comes with a two-year, 100,000-mile, full-service warranty.

The fuel economy will also be impressive: The EPA has rated the Fit at 27 MPG (15mpg).

Honda Fit price And now for the good stuff.

Honda Fit gets you a standard Honda Fit, but it can be upgraded with a number of accessories.

For starters, you get a powertrain upgrade with a 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine that has twice the range and produces up to 340 horsepower.

You also get an air suspension, with stiffer springs that help the car stay balanced at higher speeds.

The engine also gets upgraded fuel economy, and you get to keep the seats up to 14 inches (30.6cm) high.

Honda also says the fit comes with an array of powertrain upgrades.

You get a fuel injection system that is designed to improve efficiency and power output.

You can get more power with a 6-speed manual transmission.

And the car also comes with adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and blind spot monitoring.

You’ll also get access to Honda’s ConnectedDrive service, which lets you share driving information and notifications with friends and family.

The only other upgrade that comes standard is a five-wheel-drive system with adaptive ride control.

That system uses sensors to let the car automatically steer when you’re behind it, but the car is also equipped with a rearview camera that can also give you an extra 360-degree view.

Honda says that the car’s interior is spacious and easy to maneuver.

It also has a front and rear-facing camera that allows you to see what’s around you.

Honda offers the Fit in four color options: red, black, blue, and yellow.

Honda has offered its Fit for over 20 years, but its price has been a sticking point.

The first-generation Fit was priced at $23,995.

The second-generation version was priced $27,995, and third-generation model was priced a bit more at $33,995 in 2015.

The last Fit was also priced more than $33 million, but Honda has said it will make the model available for as little as $20,000.

The 2016 Honda Fit will be released in 2021.

It is expected to sell for around $32,000 in 2021, with options available for $19,999 and up.

The 2017 Honda Fit starts at $29,995 and is expected start at $34,995 for a three-year option.