The new generation of the Honda Jazz has recently leaked in a Japanese brochure, ahead of its public debut scheduled for later on this year.
After telling you about the launch of the Honda Jazz ES Plus in the United Kingdom just a few hours ago, time has come to talk about the future generation of the model, which is getting closer and closer to its future customers. The model in question has leaked in a Japanese brochure, which was uploaded to an Indian website earlier this year, which is showing the car in its final production version. The images posted below are showing the Civic influences, the rectangular headlights, new front grille and larger air intakes.
Rumors are saying that the engine lineup will include a 1.2 liter three-cylinder petrol engine, along with the 1.4 liter unit, carried over from the outgoing version. The diesel side will include a new 1.6 liter engine also used on the Civic, which should emit just under 100 g/km of CO2. The Honda Jazz Hybrid will also be in the books, but this is expected to make its way onto the market later on. Additional details on the brand new Honda Jazz Hybrid are limited for the moment and will probably be announced close to its debut.