Japanese carmaker Honda has unveiled the Jazz Spotlight special edition ahead of its public debut at the Paris Motor Show on 1 October.
The Jazz Spotlight edition is an evolution of the Honda Jazz Keenlight concept revealed at Geneva Motor Show in March 2016. According to Honda, the Spotlight Edition is based on a series of design features aimed at a more fashion-conscious customer.
The special edition comes with bronze colour touches at the front grille, ORVMs, tailgate, centre console and steering wheel. The special edition also flaunts decals along the flank and unique 15-inch alloy wheels with a dash of bronze colour. Since the car is draped in black colour, the bronze touches get maximum accentuation.
Honda Jazz Spotlight Edition is powered by a 1.3-litre i-VTEC petrol engine that develops 100bhp power mated to both manual gearbox and CVT.
Its precursor, the Honda Keenlight edition, had stressed on the customisation potential of the hatchback. The exterior featured a Keenlight-coloured roof spoiler, mirror caps, front grille and tailgate decoration. The decals offered visual elements of London's skyline. The changes in the exterior included 15-inch Keenlight-finished alloy wheels.
Honda Jazz completed a year recently after it was re-introduced in India. Honda Car India may launch the special edition of the Jazz soon to celebrate the first anniversary and to encash upon the increased sales during the upcoming festive season.