Found some more information from Honda Europe press release.
The scope of the brand's Honda Sensing technology has been enhanced with the application of a new wider, higher-definition camera, replacing the previous camera and radar set-up. This enables improved awareness of vehicle surroundings, including recognition of verges without kerbs or roadside markings.
The Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMBS) is improved with night-time operation to detect pedestrians and cyclists when there is no street lighting, and now applies the brakes when oncoming vehicles cut across or turn into the path of the car. The new camera system also enables Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) to follow traffic at low speeds in congestion and applies Lane Keep Assist on urban and rural roads – as well as multi-lane highways – for increased safety in more situations.
Honda Sense is getting improvements via wider FOV HD camera and Sonar. Which is replacing the current camera and radar set-up. CMBS will get night time operation improvements, short distance CMBS, and ACC is more adapted to urban/rural roads instead of just highways.
Electrification will be accelerated by 3 years due to stricter emission regulations in Europe. Honda now expects to electrify all of there mainstream brands by the end of 2022 in Europe instead of 2025. Between 2021 and 2022 4 more electrified models will be introduce. One of them will be a new SUV and the other a new BEV. The remaining 2 could be the 11th gen Civic and 3rd gen HRV which are the only gas models left in Europe.
The comprehensive suite of in-built apps can be supplemented by seamless smartphone mirroring, via built-in Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, which is available for Jazz occupants via a wireless connection for the first time.
The new Fit will not just get wireless apple carplay but wireless android auto, too.
Honda's next-generation B-segment hatchback presents an evolution of the instantly recognizable mono-space silhouette of the Jazz. The seamless, clean design philosophy that will define future Honda models follows the key concepts of function and beauty first seen in the Honda e.
Expect future Honda models to have a minimalist clean design like the E and Fit. I wonder if this is the end of the Chrome Wing design. The Fit definitely looks nicer without it.
The next-generation Jazz will be the first model in Honda’s European line-up to wear the new “e:HEV” powertrain badging.
eHEV will replace the current hybrid badge on Honda's hybrid vehicles. The 4th gen Fit will be sold as a hybrid only in Europe starting mid-2020.