Finally, we are seeing new spyshots of the next generation of the Honda Jazz, as the company is preparing for a revelation in the next two years. And judging by these images, it seems that the popular B-segment hatchback will show the aggressive style of the current GK model.
Although camouflage still stands out strongly in these developmental prototypes, it is clear that headlights have become higher and are equipped with large square projectors, returning to the friendly and cute look of the first two generations. The front air intake has also been reduced, but a front-wheel version of Honda's "Solid Wing Face" has yet to remain.
Meanwhile, the light windows of the front rooms look larger, suggesting that the windshield was pushed forward; the door mirrors have also been moved to the base of the divided A-pillars. The side coating was also simplified by missing the prominent shoulder grooves of the output model.
At the rear, the taillights are now two-piece horizontal rather than vertical items to emphasize the width of the car, and the (false) bumper openings in the old GK have been happily banned. A second mule also bears what appears to be an off-road appearance package similar to the current X-Road, as evidenced by the larger grille, more bulky front and rear bumpers, roof rails, wheel arch extensions and a height ride.
The Jazz should continue to be powered by gasoline and hybrid engines, the latter supposed to be a version of Insight's Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) system that combines a 1.5-liter engine with two electric motors. This replaces the currently problematic Intelligent Dual Clutch Drive (i-DCD), currently in the Jazz Hybrid, which uses a seven-speed dual clutch transmission. A fully electric model must also be in progress.