Honda’s Car For Women Prevents Wrinkles

Honda’s Car For Women Prevents Wrinkles

The Japanese automaker released its Honda Fit She's, with a "Plasmacluster" air conditioning system and specially-designed windshield to keep faces fresh and young.

Karen Baker
  • 30 october 2012

The automaker recently released a new model designed especially for women, the Honda Fit ‘She’s.’  Currently available only in Japan, the make targets the nearly 50% of Japanese women who have decided to stay out of the work force. Designers say they wanted to make the Honda Fit “adult cute,” sporting a pink exterior, pink stitching on the interior, and shiny pink chrome covers on the dashboard. They have even put a heart in place of the apostrophe in “She’s” to bring the point home. If pink is not your thing, don’t worry – the model also comes in brown and white, colors the company believes would complement women’s eye shadow.

To be fair, the first “designed for women” automobile since 1955’s Dodge  La Femme goes beyond a superficial color treatment. With a new type of windshield said to block up to 99% of UV rays, women can drive to the grocery store confident that they are not increasing their chances of wrinkles. With the model’s “Plasmacluster” AC system, women can pick up their children knowing that the specially-treated air is improving their skin quality as they drive. Whether the claims are substantiated or not, the model will be sure to provoke conversation around the age-old question, “What do women want?” and open more than one can of worms for the Japanese automaker.

Honda Fit She’s


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