We have reported earlier that the third-generation Honda Jazz hatchback will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show that’s slated to happen from 24th October to 4th November, 2019. Ahead of its official unveiling, the first undisguised pictures of the hatchback have emerged on the web. The front fascia of the 2020 Honda Jazz appears more rounded featuring bug-eyed projector headlamps and a slightly smaller grille.
The 2020 Honda Jazz will share its platform with the new-generation Honda City that will have its world premiere next month in Thailand. The hatchback’s interior will also be revised with a newly-designed dashboard. It will also receive a digital instrument cluster.
The centre console will feature a large touchscreen and a three-spoke steering wheel. The new Jazz will have all-black interior theme with contrasting silver highlights. Read – Honda City Hatchback In The Works?
Talking about the engine, the 2020 Honda Jazz will come with an all-new engine setup. Globally, the hatchback could be offered with a 1.0L turbocharged petrol and a 1.2L naturally aspirated engine options. In India, the new Jazz will continue to come with the existing powertrains.
This time around, the Japanese carmaker will introduce a twin-motor hybrid system on the Jazz model lineup. It could be coupled to a 1.2L or 1.5L petrol engine. Both manual and automatic gearbox will on offer. Read – New Honda Compact SUV To Debut In 2020
The new-generation Honda Jazz is likely to hit Indian shores in the second half of 2020. Globally, it will go on sale early next year. Compared to the current generation, the 2020 Honda Jazz will be priced slightly premium.