Honda unveiled the redesigned 2015 Honda Fit subcompact hatchback at the Detroit Auto Show. This is the first significant revision of the model since first launched in 2009. The midrange Honda Fit EX comes with a 7 inch capacitive touch screen and LaneWatch, a system that comes with the 2014 Civic. The system function whenever you depress the right turn signal as a camera mounted underneath the passenger side mirror will activate and display up to four lanes worth of a real time images on the center-mounted display. This technology develop to avoid crashing into a car, bicycle or other moving vehicle in the car’s blind spot.
The other’s technology in this Fit is lane assistance system. It also features the smartphone-powered, HDMI-based HondaLink, which leverages your iPhone’s iOS-based navigation capabilities via tethering and displays them on the large screen in the Honda Fit. In addition, there’s a stream location-based services like searching for restaurants and lodging, bringing up weather information or viewing your phone’s text messages.
Other’s addition on 2015 Honda Fit such as Bluetooth, a USB input, and a rear camera with three viewing modes : Wide, Normal and Top-Down. It also have Display Audio features only with the iPhone 5,5S and 5C. But Honda will bring toward about Android compatibility.
Source :- PCMag.com