The 2015 Honda Jazz for European market has been officially introduced at the Paris Motor Show. The car looks production-ready despite being presented as a prototype.
This new version of the Jazz is more spacious compared to the current model, as it is 15mm longer and features a 30mm stretched wheelbase. Like many other Honda models, it has a centrally mounted fuel tank. The vehicle has also received an improved suspension.
The cabin of the subcompact model benefits from the company’s Magic Seats and the rear seats can be folded completely flat to offer more storage room is needed.
The Euro-spec Jazz is powered by a new 1.3-litre i-VTEC petrol engine teamed with a six-speed manual gearbox or an optional semi-automatic CVT. The engine will be driving the front wheels only. Honda claims that the new supermini has better fuel economy and performance because it uses the Earth Dreams Technology.
The new European Jazz will reportedly go on sale next year.