After the recent modification of the Honda CR-Z hybrid, Mugen is trying its style on the new Honda Fit Shuttle. The Honda Fit Shuttle is a five-door subcompact car that is slightly taller, longer than the regular Fit model. Basically, you can considered it a minivan or hatchback.
So how can Mugen make the Fit Shuttle more interesting for younger customers? Simply, Mugen is known to make boring Honda cars more appealing by adding aero parts and as well as upgrading the engine performance.
First off, the new aero kit consists of a front bumper with optional LED fog lights, a Mugen grille with an illuminated ‘Hybrid’ logo, side skirts, a rear apron and a roof spoiler. In addition, carbon fiber mirror caps and a choice of 15- or 16-inch alloy wheels in numerous designs are all added to the final touches of the car. And in the interior, the modification is limited to two-tone floor mats, carbon mirror cover and door light.
Lastly on the performance side, Mugen makes available of a sport exhaust system to increase a few more horses, a 1.2-inch lowered suspension kit, high-performance brakes and sport air filters.
Dislike Honda Shuttle Fit if you may, but the result of the Mugen’s modification does make it way more appealing than the original model.