I did a little more research and found out the history of the Honda Vezel! It from Wikipedia and it is shown below:
Origin and debut
Honda "Urban SUV Concept" (2013)
The Urban SUV Concept is based on Honda's Global Compact Series, which includes the Honda Fit
subcompact and the Honda City
subcompact sedan. This vehicle was unveiled in 2013 North American International Auto Show as the reintroduced Honda HR-V
Honda Vezel (2013-)
The design of Honda Vezel is based on Honda "Urban SUV Concept". “Vezel” is coined from “bezel”, the oblique faces of a cut gem, with the “V” for “vehicle.”
The vehicle was unveiled in 2013 Tokyo Motor Show.
Japan models went on sale on 20 December 2013. The Vezel is available with two powertrains, as a conventional gasoline-powered and as hybrid electric vehicle
The conventional Vezel is equipped with a 1.5-liter direct-injection
DOHC i-VTEC inline-four engine
coupled to a continuously variable transmission
(CVT), and it is available in front-wheel
and all-wheel drive
The Vezel hybrid version is equipped with Honda’s next-generation sport hybrid i-DCD system
that combines a 97 kW (130 hp), 156 N·m (115 lb·ft) 1.5-liter direct injection engine with a 22 kW (30 hp), 160 N·m (118 lb·ft) motor, Honda’s Real Time AWD, Reactive Force Pedal. The hybrid version fuel economy is 27.0 km/l (76.3 mpg-imp; 63.5 mpg-US) (3.7 L/100km) in the Japanese JC08 cycle
, while the gasoline version has a fuel economy of 20.6 km/l (58.2 mpg-imp; 48.5 mpg-US) (4.9 L/100 km) in the JC08 cycle.
European launch is expected in 2015.
Tokyo Auto Salon 2014 concepts (2014-)
The Vezel Modulo Concept includes red leather upholstery at seats, centre console, dashboard.
There was also a Mugen Vezel Concept, fitted with various Mugen accessories.
The vehicles were unveiled in Tokyo Auto Salon 2014.