Next-generation Honda Jazz spotted undisguised ahead of Tokyo Motor Show unveil
A spy picture has emerged of the next-generation Honda Jazz hatchback ahead of its unveiling at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. The cars seem to be parked in what looks like a stockyard and while only some of the profile is visible, many of the expected design cues are now visible.
The new Jazz seems to have a stubbier, more upright face, with the wide, slim headlamps of the earlier car now replaced by more rounded units. The car has grown in size and taken on a more rounded appearance. This is apparent in the face with its protruding bumper, the larger two-part grille and the larger, squarish tail-lamps. There's also the cab-forward look of the earlier car and a unique A-pillar angled into the windscreen. The roofline now sloes down and ends up a slightly more substantial rear end, helped by the wider, two-part tail-lamps. A photo of the interior shows that there's been a full revamp here too, with a new steering-wheel, deep-set instruments and an angled-forward infotainment screen.
While numerous turbo-petrol and electrified powertrain options will be available globally, we expect the Jazz to carry on with the improved versions of its current set of 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engine here when it launches sometime next year.
Main image source: Creative Trend
Spy Image source: Carscoops
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