Honda has unveiled the Jazz Hybrid in the city of love. It's basically a CR-Z for normal people.
Honda has unveiled the Jazz Hybrid in the city of love.
While it looks like a standard model, designers installed unique fascias, a modified grille, revised headlights, clear taillights, and additional chrome trim. Of course, if those differentiators aren't enough, you can order exclusive Lime Green metallic paint.
Inside, the cabin features a monotone dashboard, blue instrument lighting, "Magic" rear seats, and up to 831 liters (29 cubic feet) of cargo capacity. Options include leather upholstery, GPS navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, and a rear entertainment system.
Under the hood, power is provided by a hybridized 1.3-liter petrol engine. While the company declined to release performance specifications, they stated the engine is connected to a CVT transmission which should allow it to have CO2 emissions of just 104 g/km.
Look for more information to be released ahead of the car's launch next year.