Honda has introduced at 2016 Auto Expo this week the Jazz Racing concept which will likely remain strictly a showcar.

In a bid to make its supermini more exciting, Honda has dressed the Jazz/Fit in a racing suit by applying a sportier body kit and installing a stiffer suspension setup. It also has numerous body decals and different five-spoke alloys shod in Bridgestone Potenza racing tires. The concept even has carbon fiber accents and a front splitter, along with a rear wing and diffuser to make it look meaner than the production car.

Honda worked on the interior by removing the rear seats which have been replaced by a roll cage. Many of the cabin bits and pieces have been eliminated to shave off excess weight and up front there’s a pair of Recaro bucket seats with neon green harnesses. There’s also a Momo steering wheel wrapped in Alcantara, a shorter gear knob, and a red battery master kill switch located in a position where you would normally find the infotainment system on the road-going car.

Honda hasn’t said a word about what powers the Jazz Racing concept, but that’s not really surprising since the vehicle is just for show to grab attention at the ongoing Auto Expo in New Delhi.

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