Honda is gearing up and has been testing the next-generation Honda Jazz for quite some time, in order to make a world debut at the 2019 Tokyo motor show. The very first image of the 2020 Honda Jazz has surfaced online and moreover, the Japanese carmaker is also planning to add a Type R version the model line-up.
Speaking of the exterior, the new 2020 Honda Jazz will boast of some fresh styling elements such as larger headlamp unit, where the housing gets LED projector headlamps with daytime running lights. The front bumper seems edgier in design compared to the existing model, while the fog lamp unit, as well as lower air dam, gets honeycomb mesh styling. The front fascia seems wider, thanks to the wider front grille that has also been set a bit higher. Both front and rear quarter glass has been edged up nicely, in order to give it a more quirky styling from the side profile. In the image, the new Honda Jazz is sitting on a new set of larger black alloy wheels, and this could due to it Type R version that it beholds.
The rear end too would get some changes such as good use of LED elements to the taillamps, which wraparound in styling. The new Honda Jazz will fall in the sub-4 metre category and this simply means that it will gather some excise benefits as well, keeping the price in check. Honda Jazz interior would boast of good quality material and for the
Mechanically, the fourth generation Honda Jazz as seen in the image would come packed with a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine that makes an impressive power figure of 217 bhp (obviously, it will be the most powerful Jazz to be known, until now). We can also expect it to come with the same naturally aspirated 1.2-litre petrol engine as well as new 1.0-litre turbo petrol.