Earlier this-month, Honda Motor Company unveiled the fourth generation of Jazz at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show.
The 2020 Jazz features a revised exterior with a new grille and headlights with integrated daytime running lights in the U-shaped LED. The car gets blackened out front and back B-pillars and quarter frames. The new Jazz has rear-designed wraparound tail lights, shark fin antenna, and bumper with built-in reflectors.
The Honda Jazz 2020 interior is influenced by the Honda e electric car’s interior. The instrument panel has a flat-top design that emphasizes straight and horizontal lines. The car has dual-tone interiors with a infotainment touchscreen interface tends to be wider than the 7-inch unit of the outgoing version and is flanked by sleek vertical AC vents.
Honda has not disclosed the powertrain options in the new Jazz. However, it is expected that a 2-motor hybrid system called ‘e:HEV’ will be available in global markets. Due to the poor sales performance of the current model, its Indian launch remains doubtful.
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