Honda has unveiled fourth generation Jazz at Tokyo Motor Show which was held earlier this month. The facelift version sees major enhancement in design logic for both front and rear of the car.
The car receives DRL, a stylish front grille, swept back headlamp assembly, LED tail lamp, shark fin antenna, bumper integrated reflector and blacked out B-pillar.
The Interiors receive dual tone treatment and features 2-spoke steering wheel with steering mounted audio and cruise control functions. The all new Jazz also receives digital instrumentation cluster with a large touchscreen infotainment system.
Engine specifications are not known at the moment, however, there are speculations that Honda may offer hybrid option for the International market. The upcoming Jazz if launched in India may share its power-train with WRV and Amaze. The Jazz may be offered in naturally aspirated 1.5-litre petrol engine and a 1.0 liter turbocharged petrol engine.
Honda, through its electrification 2025 goal plans to offer hybrid power-trains to its lineup in European market 2025. The 2020 Jazz once launched, will be the first small car by Honda to feature i-MMD dual-motor hybrid system.