The sales of the new Honda Jazz will start in Europe since the summer of 2020.
According to Autoexpress, the new product will receive an all-terrain performance Jazz Crosstar.
The novelty is very different from the car of the previous generation, but the traditionally recognizable design performance has been preserved. The new Jazz has an updated grille, headlights, and a noticeably redesigned rear.
Off-road Jazz Crosstar will compete with the Nissan Juke. The car will look like a small SUV. The interior is upholstered with moisture-resistant materials. The movement will be responsible for the new hybrid installation e: HEV, which consists of 2 gasoline engines with an electric motor. Previously, such technology was not used in production models.
Inside, the driver will be provided with improved active safety systems, a digital dashboard, and a large central screen.