Thursday, September 26, 2019

Honda to Celebrate Joy of Potential with All-New Jazz at Tokyo Motor Show


At this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, Honda is showcasing “the joy of expanding our life’s potential.” As the company marks the 60th anniversary of CB Series motorcycle sales and the 60th anniversary of their participation in Formula One, their pavilion dives deep into the performance and design of their various vehicles.

For Honda’s four-wheeled line-up, the all-new, fourth-generation Jazz / Fit will take centerstage. And while the carmaker is keeping all the details close to its chest before the actual unveil, they did confirm that the Jazz / Fit sub-compact hatchback will inherit the spaciousness and highly versatile seating arrangement of the current model. They’ve also confirmed that the Jazz / Fit will also gain a new two-motor hybrid set-up—likely a smaller version of Honda’s i-MMD hybrid system which is currently used in the Accord and CR-V.


While the world waits for another month before the covers are removed in Tokyo, Honda did show the Jazz / Fit’s all-new logo. The upright font-type looks much more formal, more upscale than the current one.

Aside from the all-new Jazz / Fit, Honda is also using the Tokyo Motor Show to debut the all-new Accord and Honda e for the Japanese market.

On the motorsports front, they will showcase the RA272, McLaren Honda MP4/4, RA106 Scuderia Toro Rosso STR13, and Aston Martin Redbull Racing RB14. They will also have a NSX on display as well.

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