The new-gen Honda Jazz will receive all-new interior and completely different design.
We informed you earlier that Honda has started working on the next generation Jazz aka Fit hatchback, which is scheduled to be launched in global markets by 2020. The new model has been going through testing phase in Europe, and several spy images have already hit the web-world. A new set of spy images reveal the interior and exterior details of the upcoming Jazz hatch.
The 2020 Honda Jazz features a prominent front fascia with larger headlamps and new signature grille. The vehicle gets a new two-bar grille, complemented by headlamps with 3 dimensional elements. It has a large air intake, which extends to the outer edges of the front bumper. The new model has slender A-pillars and larger front quarter windows, while the overall design is evolved. The hatchback gets curvier bodywork and completely different tail with new lights.
Not just standard variant, Honda seems working on a more rugged, off-road inspired variant. This model has a roof rack, pronounced wheel arches and body cladding on the doors. The new spy images also reveal the interior of the new Honda Jazz. It gets newly styled steering wheel, new instrument console and a free-standing modern infotainment system with a metallic frame. There are new and bigger knobs for climate control and other functions.
Media reports claim that the next-gen Honda Jazz will be available with a conventional, hybrid and electric powertrains. The spotted model is rumoured to be equipped with a hybrid powertrain. It is expected to be fitted with a 1.5-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine coupled to an electric motor, a lithium-ion battery and an electronic variable transmission. This model is likely to offer a range of around 300km on a single charge.