All new generation of Honda Jazz has made its global debut today, at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show in Japan. To be launched in Japan first, the new gen Jazz will also be launched in other countries around the world.
Featuring a completely revised styling, the 4th generation Honda Jazz follows the company’s Man Maximum, Machine Minimum philosophy. It offers even more space and comfort on the inside to passengers. The current Jazz on sale in India, offers among the best in class interior space. The new Jazz, which will replace the current Jazz, is even more spacious.
Unlike the previous generation of Jazz, the 2020 Jazz features a cross-sectional structure for the A pillar. This has resulted in an un-hindered front view for the driver. This has also provided a better safety structure to the car, in the event of a collision, reveals Honda.
Though the overall design reminds one of the second gen Honda Jazz launched in 2009, there are a host of feature updates that set it apart. This next gen Honda Jazz sports a more curvaceous design with larger headlamps in a rounded design, horizontally positioned tail lamp, a large glass house and revised bumpers at the rear.
New Honda Jazz is on offer in 5 variants – Basic, Home, Ness, Crosstar, Luxe. All having different exteriors and interiors. Photos of all these variants can be seen in the gallery at the end of this post. Details about each of new Jazz variant can be seen below.
On the inside, 2020 Honda Jazz is seen with a larger touchscreen infotainment system, which now comes with an internet connected feature. Honda has highlighted the internet features in 3 points. The first – remote control functions like start / shut AC, etc. Second – emergency support services. Third – Security rush-over service, where a security guard is dispatched to the location of the car.
Other highlights on the inside include a new digital instrument cluster, two spoke steering wheel with silver accents and features like climate control, cruise control and push button start. 2020 Honda Jazz gets first of its kind seats, which Honda calls ‘body stabilizing seat’. These provide utmost comfort, even during long distance drives. Magic Seats continue to be on offer like current Jazz.
For safety, Honda has added a front wide-view camera for aiding what is called as Honda SENSING. This new tech will help deliver advance safety and driver-assistance systems. In addition to the front camera, there are 8 sonar systems installed on the new Jazz. The camera and the sonar system work together to deliver a future ready short-distance collision mitigation braking system.
The next gen Honda Jazz receives a choice of petrol and hybrid engine options in international markets. Though Honda has not yet detailed the engine options, they did say that it is fitted with a revolutionary 2 step hybrid system which is enough to support the daily driving requirements of their customers.