Along with the Civic hatchback prototype and the NSX, Honda unveiled a special edition of the Jazz hatchback, christened as Keenlight edition at the ongoing Geneva Motor Show, which started March 1. Honda says the new Keenlight design concept highlights the customisation potential of the new Jazz.
The name Keenlight denotes to a custom copper colour used on various parts of the car. The exterior features a Keenlight-coloured roof spoiler, mirror caps, front grille and tailgate decoration. A new decal offers visual elements of London's skyline. The changes in the exterior also include 15-inch Keenlight-finished alloy wheels. The Keenlight theme extends to the interior with accents on the steering wheel, dashboard and doorstep garnishes. Other interior accessories include customised floor carpets and leather upholstery.
Honda says that this new concept aims to highlight the strength of the Jazz for personalisation, and shows a vision for a potential future Jazz special edition. The display cars are powered by a 1.3-litre i-VTEC petrol engine that develops 100bhp. Honda has not revealed any information on the market launch of the Keenlight edition.
Honda Cars India sells the Jazz in both petrol and diesel engines in the county. The 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol engine generates power of 90bhp with a torque of 110Nm at 4,800rpm. The other engine, a 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel motor, can pump 100bhp of power and 200Nm torque.