Dubbed RS and Hybrid, respectively, the packages add an aggressive body kit that consists of a new front bumper with big air dams, side skirts, a large spoiler mounted on top of the hatch and a functional air diffuser integrated into the rear bumper. Bespoke trim pieces and emblems all around, a Mugen-specific grille and a selection of large race-inspired alloy wheels finish off the look.
Inside, the Mugen Fit gains bucket seats up front, extra analog gauges for the water temperature, the oil pressure and the oil temperature on the dashboard and aluminum pedals.
Mugen is not making any modifications to the engine but it offers a host of bolt-on accessories such as a sport exhaust line designed to squeeze every last ounce of power out of the Fit's four-banger. A lowered and stiffened suspension and upgraded brakes round out the list of updates.
The Mugen-tuned Fit is on sale now in its home country of Japan. Honda has not announced whether the upgrades will be available in the United States when the second-gen Fit makes its debut next year.