Honda Fit Special Edition by Kylie Tjin 2015

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  1. StarLight

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    StarLight Presents the Honda Fit Special Edition by Kylie Tjin, presented at the SEMA 2014.
    A Honda Fit with a lot of muscles.



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    he all-new 2015 Honda Fit arrived at the 2014 SEMA Show in strength, with nine personalized versions on display in the Honda booth, quickly winning the coveted SEMA Award as the "Hottest Sport Compact" at a ceremony formally opening the show. The Honda booth at the SEMA Show is highlighted by the Fit customized by Tjin Edition, voted as the Fan Favorite in the 2015 Fit Performance Project, which enabled fans to track the build processes of several teams through an interactive Honda Tumblr site.

    "The 2015 Fit is a worthy addition to Honda's strong heritage of developing tuned sport compact vehicles, and it wears the mantle of "Hottest Sport Compact" well," said Jeff Conrad, SVP & General Manager of Honda Division, American Honda Motor Co, Inc. "Fun to drive, versatile and a great value, the new Fit does so many things right, and it's great to see it becoming a popular platform for owner personalization."

    Over the past few months, Honda and its fans followed the progress of six build teams that customized the all-new 2015 Fit through an ambitious project vehicle program and interactive Tumblr experience dubbed the 2015 Fit Performance Project (#ProjectFit). The six build teams, Tjin Edition, voted Fan Favorite; Bisimoto Engineering; Kontrabrands; MAD Industries; Spoon Sports USA; and the award-winning Kenny Vinces, each personalized the Fit virtually in public, something rarely seen in a very competitive industry. Photos, video and animated GIFs of the transformations in progress were posted throughout the campaign at hondaloves.tumblr.com where fans ultimately voted for their favorite build.

    Three additional personalized 2015 Honda Fit vehicles are on display in the automaker's booth including a Fit B-spec race car prepped for competition by Honda Performance Development (HPD), Honda's North American racing company; a Fit loaded with available dealer-installed Honda Genuine Accessories; and an additional Fit personalized by prominent tuner, Bisimoto, on behalf of Norm Reeves Honda in response to fan feedback prompted through the 2015 Fit Performance Project.

    HPD is back at the SEMA Show displaying its extensive line of racing engines which are available for purchase for sanctioned racers in North America. HPD has long supported grassroots through pinnacle racing, and the display highlights the broad spectrum of available engines ranging from go-cart motors to IndyCar and ALMS engines.

    Bringing a "fun to ride" element to the Honda display, a range of Honda Powersports products help highlight Honda's broad range of enthusiast oriented products beyond automobiles. On display at the show: the Pioneer 500 side by side, the NC700X, CBR300R, and the wildly popular Grom.

    Source: Honda Press


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  2. TheJess656

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    Oh yes. That's awesome.
     
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  3. cbarbosa

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    [​IMG] The Fit now seem to be fit... :D

    Voted! :tup:
     
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  4. JKgo

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    Not too keen on that paint color, but a crazy slammed hot hatchback is always cool. BTW, I just knew that SEMA show cars would flood Suggestions sooner or later....:D
     
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  5. lolman12385

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    :tup: Love it.
     
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  6. CostasDrifter

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    Nice and fat Fit :eek:
     
  7. Monatsende

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    Dat ass. :lol:
    Dat clour. :drool:

    Vote.
     
  8. StarLight

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    Thanks guys for all your comments.
    :tup:
     
  9. CostasDrifter

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    Inside...

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  10. StarLight

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    Pictures from the interior ... very nice.
    Can I have the keys please?

    Thanks for the pictures Mr. CostasDrifter.
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  11. CostasDrifter

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    2 more nice details...

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  12. CostasDrifter

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    Just found and engine bay photo...

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  13. Matej

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    Voted, because it reminds me of Spoon Fit Race Car introduced in Gran Turismo 4. That was a peculiar ride, one of those unknown FF cars with massive potential and good handling. It was built for endurance racing but in Gran Turismo 4 it was too underpowered to participate in any of those.

    It only had adjustable dampers and camber and didn't not support aftermarket suspension kits. :)

    I hope this one will look different as a final product.
     
  14. Overload_35

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    It is simply horrendous, it seems deformed and fattened. NOT VOTED.
     
  15. Satomiblood

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    Thanks for taking the time to bump this thread. If you had not done so, I would never have been aware of it. Anyway, this car gets a vote from me.
     
  16. Overload_35

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    Happy to have helped you, even if it seems strange to me since this post appears to me at the top of the list of suggestions.