Honda has fired up a website for its Fit Shuttle. The Japanese-market Fit Shuttle clearly resembles Honda's standard subcompact Fit, but features some added glass beyond the hatchback's C-pillar, which means more cubes of storage space inside. The Fit Shuttle wagon will feature both a 1.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine and a 1.3-liter IMA hybrid, both of which are yanked directly from the standard Japanese-market Fit and Fit Hybrid hatchback.

Word is that the Fit Shuttle will get its official unveiling in March, which leads us to believe that the extended hatch will debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. At this time, the Fit Shuttle is a JDM-only model, though there seems to be some indication that the extended hatch could show up in Europe at a later date. Unfortunately, Honda doesn't appear to have any intentions of exporting the Fit wagon to the U.S. Click here to check out the Japanese Fit Shuttle site.

[Source: Honda]
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February 4, 2011 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. announced today that it has launched a website featuring information on the all-new compact car Fit Shuttle, scheduled to debut in March.

The Fit Shuttle employs the Fit's center-tank layout packaging technology to achieve a roomy interior and ample luggage space in a compact body. The new model is developed to offer new values in a compact car, offering outstanding fuel economy along with the comfortable and smooth riding and quietness. In addition to a gasoline engine-powered model, Honda will also offer a hybrid model equipped with the compact and lightweight IMA (Integrated Motor Assist) system which will be the first*1wagon-type hybrid model in its class*2.

On the website, Honda will provide information updates on the new Fit Shuttle leading up to its debut.

Following is the URL for the Fit Shuttle website (Japanese-language):

*1 Honda survey (as of February 2011)
*2 Compact station wagon class

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