Honda unveiled the fourth-generation Jazz at the Tokyo Motor Show earlier this month.
The new Jazz features a redesigned exterior with a new grille and headlights with integrated U-shaped LED daytime running lights. The car has blacked out B-pillars and quarter glasses at the front and rear. At the rear, the new Jazz has redesigned wraparound tail lights, shark fin antenna and bumper with integrated reflectors.
Honda has also updated the interior of the Jazz with a new 2-spoke, multi-function steering wheel and a digital instrument cluster. The car has dual-tone interiors with a touchscreen head-unit in the centre.
Honda hasn’t disclosed the powertrain options that will be offered in the new Jazz. However, a two-motor hybrid option is expected to be available in global markets.